In Terminal, if you type:
... it shows the
/boot directory usage.
Mine only shows:
du -h 5.5K ./grub 9.5K ./efi/grub 10K ./efi 128M .
Is that everything that's supposed to be in there for a SecureBoot setup on a UEFI system?
I'm seeing others online post stuff like:
du -h 3.4M ./grub/x86_64-efi 2.3M ./grub/fonts 8.0M ./grub 3.4M ./efi/grub/x86_64-efi 2.3M ./efi/grub/fonts 8.0M ./efi/grub 21M ./efi/EFI/ubuntu/fw 25M ./efi/EFI/ubuntu 3.7M ./efi/EFI/BOOT
... and while I've not purposefully deleted anything under
/boot, I wonder if some things did somehow get deleted.
I've been working through the dpkg list of installed packages and removing stuff I know I won't use (and which won't bork my installation due to dependencies when it's removed)... so I've got a fully-functioning Zorin OS taking only 5.15 GB of hard drive space. I'm wondering if I somehow scalpeled a bit too much out.
If the dependencies made any semblance of sense, I could cut out a few additional hundreds of MB. For instance, I found that when attempting to remove one particular font, the dependency tree also caused
apt to want to remove BlueTooth functionality.