free up some disk space
dotancohen at gmail.com
Sat Mar 19 17:10:28 UTC 2005
Well, according to df I have used up about 7 of the 8 gigs I have
allocated to linux on my disk. I don't have any more to allocate from
the windows partion, so I ask what can I erase to free up some space.
My /home directory takes up about 700 megs, even though when I add up
all the unhidden files, I only get up to about 200 megs. I have half a
gig in hidden files?!? How can I figure out where the bloat is and
get rid of it?
And that means that my fedora installation, with no servers, is over 6 gigs?
Any ideas? Thanks.
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