albi at scii.nl
Sun Apr 23 22:53:21 UTC 2006
Richard Barmann wrote:
> I did the Command "df" and found I am out of space on my main/20G drive.
> I have 50% left on the tmpfs/10G drive but do not know how to access it
> to move some files. the "du -sh/**" shows 5G in usr file and 10G in the
> home directory.I need to eliminate some of this in order to login. I
> know how to "rm" in the command prompt in recovery mode but do not know
> which to remove. I also remember there are files in the "remote storage"
> area that Quanta creates. When you change a html file the old one
> remains with a - after it. This may be much of the used file space. Any
> suggestions so I can wittle this down and login in again?
try in the recovery mode : apt-get clean
that might free up some space
gpg-key: lynx -dump http://scii.nl/~albi/gpg.asc | gpg --import
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