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cheetahman
post Feb 7 2005, 06:15 PM
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I have about 66mb left on my suse linux partition and i was wondering if i could use space on my other partion or are there any files i could delete to increase space.
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post Feb 7 2005, 07:25 PM
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You can use any space on your other partitions to store your personal files. Otherwise, what you can do is change the mount locations of one of your folders to a new partitions, but that requires having a partition you can dedicate entirely to that folder.

If you describe your system, partition scheme, and whats taking up the space more specifically, I will help you come up with a solution.


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