Re: Recommended hard drive diet?
- From: Andy <stude.list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 15 Dec 2006 12:59:50 +0000
On 15/12/06, David Armour <d.f.armour@xxxxxxx> wrote:
I'm reminding myself of the engineer Dilbert was testing who answered "all ofI just found a mildly useful command, based on the Debian popularity-contest:
them!" when asked how many of the pens in his pocket protector he needed: most
of the files I'm using, I'm using weekly. But I like the idea of periodically
moving most of 'em to cd.
Apparently my largest unused is tetex-base, however I will actually
start using that at some point.
It also suggests I get rid of the kernel headers (I need them to
compile my WiFi if I ever need to plug that back in).
I'm not sure if anyone has suggested thus, and I don't know how to go
about it, but is there some way of safely removing all the old
Kernels? (I know how to erase them from grubs menu but I was thinking
more along the lines of actually removing the image). Any docs for
Wasn't there going to be an application for this kind of thing at some point?
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