So ive been using parrotsec for a decent time now (About 10 months)
Apart from one thing.
While installing it, Keep in mind i was new to linux, I had to encrypt my 1TB Harddrive to make sure my data remains safe.
So, i had to go for “Guided Encrypted LVM” option while installing.
It gave me 8GB swap and 200MB /boot space. I went for that option hoping that it would guide me and think whats best for my system that had 8GB Ram. i7 and 1TB HDD. Brand New Device. Untouched. DOS on HDD and rest space compelety vacant.
Im not sure if thats the default boot space all linux distro provide while using guided but 200Mb DOES NOT WORK.
Every few months, parrot pushes updates (which is good and preferable) but it messes up my /boot. I keep getting prompt that my boot space is 0mb or 2mb and i need to clear up some things.
Im not really sure what to remove as once i ended up bricking my machine (maybe deleted wrong image file or something similar.)
Thats not a major issue. The major issue is im unable to update any further after a certain amount of updates since there isnt any space left in /boot
If possible, Please increase the default /boot space to atleast 512Mb when someone is installing via Guided Encrypted LVM to avoid any further/similar issues someone may have in future