all my free space is gone
Hello. I installed pcbsd freebsd linux yesterday. Today I'm almost out of free space. I read that a lot of programs send their garbage to the /dev/null file. I deleted that file, but it keeps coming back every time I reboot. Why do programs want to put garbage on the hard drive anyway? Something else I read says that I can use the rpm program to remove software, but I don't think it's installed. How can I install rpm software uninstaller? Anther thing I noticed is whenever I put in a CD, linux copies it to the /media folder on the hard drive. Why is it doing this? Was it a setting I changed? How do I access a CD if it's not copied to the hard drive? I know / is like C:, so where is D:? Another thing I read says that upgrading to wheezy freebsd linux can be better for a desktop system. Should I upgrade to wheezy or just reinstall with the wheezy version?
I guess this is a lot of questions, but if someone could even answer at least some of them, that'd be great. Thanks.