Is /opt on hda5? If so then I suggest you look there for StarOffice
related material that would be at fault.
On Mon, Jun 12, 2000 at 08:22:38PM +0100, John Healion wrote:
> Today I was installing StarOffice5.1 and it installed OK.
> But after I was finished playing with it I noticed there was no more sound
> from KDE. So, I logged out and then tryed to log in again this time with
> gnome for a change and when it started up Enlightenment said the Esound had
> crashed or could not be started and then Enlightenment lockedup solid. I had
> to control/alt/backspace the X server and then shutdown -h now.
> This is where the trouble is, on restart X wont start anymore (it cant find
> fixed fonts) and I have no more free space on the disk (0%). Now since
> StarOffice was installed on hda7 and / is on hda5 I think I sould have about
> 240M - 280M left on hda5 but it is all used up some where.When I look at
> hda7 it looks like the correct amount of disk space is lleft.
>> So I am guessing from past experience that there is a file (core) or log
> that has taken all available disk on hda5 ( / ) and this is why X wont
> start. I have looked for any file of about 240M in size but cant find one
>> Can anyone help with this please
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