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    linux-spuv:~ # du -h --max-depth=2 /
    4.0K /mnt
    4.0K /media/floppy
    8.0K /media
    8.0K /lib/YaST
    1.9M /lib/evms
    28K /lib/mkinitrd
    20K /lib/apparmor
    1.6M /lib/ast
    8.0K /lib/lsb
    1.6M /lib/security
    58M /lib/modules
    200K /lib/udev
    748K /lib/firmware
    69M /lib
    68K /sbin/conf.d
    12M /sbin
    502M /opt/kde3
    165M /opt/gnome
    316M /opt/openoffice.org2.2
    10M /opt/openoffice.org
    992M /opt
    1.4M /srv/www
    4.0K /srv/ftp
    1.4M /srv
    7.2M /bin
    220K /boot/grub
    8.2M /boot
    1.0K /proc/asound
    0 /proc/scsi
    2.0K /proc/ide
    0 /proc/acpi
    0 /proc/irq
    15K /proc/bus
    0 /proc/tty
    0 /proc/driver
    0 /proc/fs
    0 /proc/sys
    0 /proc/sysvipc
    0 /proc/net
    2.0K /proc/1
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    22K /proc/6851
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    14K /proc/7116
    8.0K /proc/7132
    16K /proc/7293
    du: cannot access `/proc/7403/task/7403/fd/3': No such file or directory
    du: cannot access `/proc/7403/fd/4': No such file or directory
    8.0K /proc/7403
    898M /proc
    0 /sys/module
    0 /sys/block
    0 /sys/kernel
    0 /sys/power
    0 /sys/firmware
    0 /sys/class
    0 /sys/bus
    0 /sys/devices
    0 /sys/fs
    0 /sys
    14G /home/bschll
    16K /home/lost+found
    14G /home
    16K /root/.adobe
    4.0K /root/.gconf
    16K /root/.mcop
    2.2M /root/.ooo-2.0
    11M /root/.mozilla
    2.7M /root/.thunderbird
    36K /root/.macromedia
    1.4M /root/.thumbnails
    4.0K /root/.fvwm
    4.0K /root/.qt
    4.0K /root/bin
    1.1M /root/.kde
    3.4M /root/.beagle
    28K /root/.gnupg
    4.0K /root/.gconfd
    8.0K /root/.skel
    8.0K /root/.config
    24K /root/.local
    20K /root/.kbd
    8.0K /root/.gnome2
    48K /root/.wapi
    280K /root/.opera
    4.0K /root/.gnome2_private
    84K /root/.java
    36K /root/Desktop
    16K /root/.fullcircle
    22M /root
    16K /lost+found
    35M /var/log
    24K /var/lock
    41M /var/cache
    91M /var/lib
    32K /var/opt
    676K /var/run
    8.0K /var/games
    544K /var/spool
    264K /var/webmin
    49M /var/adm
    8.0K /var/X11R6
    12K /var/yp
    9.0M /var/tmp
    225M /var
    974M /usr/lib
    28M /usr/sbin
    114M /usr/bin
    3.1M /usr/games
    61M /usr/libexec
    7.0M /usr/include
    84K /usr/local
    16K /usr/i586-suse-linux
    432K /usr/src
    284K /usr/X11R6
    774M /usr/share
    97M /usr/java
    2.1G /usr
    12K /etc/rpm
    44K /etc/modprobe.d
    292K /etc/postfix
    176K /etc/apparmor.d
    1.5M /etc/preload.d
    84K /etc/xdg
    44K /etc/YaST2
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    24K /etc/default
    172K /etc/ssl
    76K /etc/ppp
    44K /etc/openldap
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    44K /etc/dbus-1
    24K /etc/permissions.d
    14M /etc/opt
    28K /etc/iproute2
    4.0K /etc/cron.hourly
    16K /etc/xml
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    100K /etc/skel
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    28K /etc/NetworkManager
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    12K /etc/alsa.d
    28K /etc/slp.reg.d
    20K /etc/acpi
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    100K /etc/pm
    12K /etc/bluetooth
    12K /etc/bash_completion.d
    16K /etc/resmgr.conf.d
    40K /etc/samba
    440K /etc/mono
    44K /etc/cron.daily
    12K /etc/syslog-ng
    32K /etc/lvm
    44K /etc/security
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    4.0K /etc/ld.so.conf.d
    816K /etc/sysconfig
    12K /etc/alternatives
    16K /etc/beagle
    8.0K /etc/reader.conf.d
    1.6M /etc/webmin
    8.0K /etc/pwdutils
    892K /etc/xscreensaver
    4.0K /etc/lsb-release.d
    24K /etc/gpm
    52K /etc/PolicyKit
    172K /etc/ssh
    208K /etc/profile.d
    8.0K /etc/sasl2
    12K /etc/ifplugd
    2.8M /etc/bootsplash
    4.0K /etc/cron.weekly
    128K /etc/cups
    592K /etc/joe
    4.0K /etc/cron.d
    92K /etc/udev
    32K /etc/ghostscript
    696K /etc/init.d
    8.0K /etc/bonobo-activation
    4.0K /etc/uucp
    12K /etc/foomatic
    8.0K /etc/hp
    12K /etc/.java
    8.0K /etc/susehelp.d
    56K /etc/logrotate.d
    64K /etc/gimp
    24K /etc/mail
    200K /etc/hal
    4.0K /etc/autoinstall
    56K /etc/zmd
    36K /etc/java
    72K /etc/xinetd.d
    30M /etc
    0 /dev/mapper
    0 /dev/bus
    0 /dev/snd
    56K /dev/.udev
    0 /dev/net
    0 /dev/disk
    0 /dev/input
    20K /dev/shm
    0 /dev/pts
    76K /dev
    4.0K /tmp/gpg-NCb85n
    4.0K /tmp/gpg-58J7GF
    4.0K /tmp/ssh-XbMGU3841
    4.0K /tmp/FrmTotal
    4.0K /tmp/plugtmp-3
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    20K /tmp/0405270509
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    32K /tmp/.beagleindexwapi.wztbh12784
    4.0K /tmp/ssh-HCvPx6740
    1.8G /tmp/kde-bschll
    4.0K /tmp/ssh-finuM3793
    8.0K /tmp/.webmin
    4.0K /tmp/ssh-KonKU3746
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    4.0K /tmp/orbit-root
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    4.0K /tmp/gpg-qsRwmG
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    20K /tmp/1844593057
    173M /tmp/kde-root
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    4.0K /tmp/gpg-zq9mKV
    24K /tmp/plugtmp-1
    4.0K /tmp/ssh-GUfHt3706
    4.0K /tmp/gpg-tMnrwj
    32K /tmp/ksocket-bschll
    4.0K /tmp/ssh-IWxEd3806
    4.0K /tmp/ssh-bCwGW3583
    4.0K /tmp/gconfd-bschll
    4.0K /tmp/gpg-zmetkO
    4.0K /tmp/plugtmp
    4.0K /tmp/gpg-EvyHeV
    4.0K /tmp/gpg-8GpHJX
    12K /tmp/orbit-bschll
    36K /tmp/ksocket-root
    4.0K /tmp/gpg-iX4ZB4
    4.0K /tmp/.X11-unix
    4.0K /tmp/gpg-nAlmGE
    4.0K /tmp/ssh-DHclM3581
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    4.0K /tmp/ssh-Kjqn10386
    2.1G /tmp
    20G /
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    6 gb partition is not enough for a suse install, you should have at least 10gb in there for all the applications that it installs, etc. I'm not sure if you can resize an extended partition and have the data available for a primary partition, you may need to reinstall.

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    I kinda agree with coopstah, and I also agree that you might have trouble moving partitions around since one of them (sda6) is clearly on an extended partition.

    One thing I noticed is that your /tmp is surprisingly large, with /tmp/kde-bschll taking up a lot of space (for reference, my /tmp folder is 116K, and yours is 2.1G!!!). Perhaps there's something in there that might be deleted?
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    I think I might try deleting some of the tmp file. I looked at some of the files and many of those that I looked at in bschll were images that were at one time or another on the internet at some site that I might have been interested in.

    Question: how important are the tmp files? Can they be deleted and not harm the operation of the system? OR, what if I "cut" them out of the file and moved them elsewhere till this mess is cleared up...would that work? Am I looking at total trouble and an unresolvable problem?

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    A lot of the tmp files are really necessary for the stability of your system (such as kde.lock files), while others can be deleted with no worries.

    Did you create the tmp-bschll directory yourself? If so, and if you filled it yourself, then I think you can probably get rid of it with no problems.. I'd start going through there, deleting any images that were just cached/stored whilst browsing, and that should help.

    I imagine you could free up >1 GB this way, which should be plenty to let you boot back into your system.
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    I'll work on this tomorrow and let you know...thanks for all your help.

    When this is all settled I will still want to know where I can get educated in linux to hopefully run a better system.

    Thanks again....Bob

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    No problem Glad I can help!

    To do this in a slightly safer way you should do this in runlevel 1. This is kinda like WIndows Safe Mode, but is more powerful. Basically it switches off everything "unnecessary" (networking, graphical interfaces, multiple users), and puts you at a root text prompt. This will allow you to remove files in a safer manner -- but please try to be sure that files are really unnecessary before deleting them.

    To get into runlevel 1, press ctrl-alt-F1. This will bring you to a text prompt. Then (as root) execute the following,
    Code:
    init 1
    This will switch off a lot of services, and then return you to a bash prompt with root privs. Using this prompt you can explore and delete anything you think you don't need in /tmp.

    When you want to go back to a fully graphical desktop, you can reboot or type "init 5".
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    Hi...I don't even know your name, SMolloy,
    I have everything up and running with the exception of a calendar that I had in the Kontact File. I had to do a bit of touching up but nothing serious. Now I need to check that /tmp file occasionally to see if it is doing the same thing as before. I am not sure why it happened but it did.

    I really need to learn more about the commands in the terminal mode to do a better job with Linux. Any suggestions as to how to do this?

    Again, I really appreciate your taking the time to help me through this little dilema. I could not have done without your help.

    Bob

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    here is a good place to start

    start [LBo]

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    Glad I could help!

    To be honest, I learnt most stuff from asking and answering questions here! Hope to see you around!
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