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Apr
18
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
17
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
8
accepted Deleted files from home, deleted them from .local/share/Trash/files, System doesn't report back free space
Jul
8
comment Deleted files from home, deleted them from .local/share/Trash/files, System doesn't report back free space
You're right. Why are the files being sent to root Trash and not my logged in trash? I definitely deleted them as a non-privileged user.
Jul
7
awarded  Commentator
Jul
7
comment Deleted files from home, deleted them from .local/share/Trash/files, System doesn't report back free space
Thanks for that. I've noticed further strange behaviour... to begin with it reported back as ~400meg free. then an hour or so later 500. Now it's over 600. Why is the free space being released gradually?
Jul
7
revised Deleted files from home, deleted them from .local/share/Trash/files, System doesn't report back free space
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Jul
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comment Deleted files from home, deleted them from .local/share/Trash/files, System doesn't report back free space
no - I deleted 7 Gigs from my home and it shows as disappeared according to /home stat above but free space still isn't reporting it as released (only 378Meg free) so this is my question.
Jul
7
comment Deleted files from home, deleted them from .local/share/Trash/files, System doesn't report back free space
see edit please
Jul
7
revised Deleted files from home, deleted them from .local/share/Trash/files, System doesn't report back free space
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Jul
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comment Deleted files from home, deleted them from .local/share/Trash/files, System doesn't report back free space
the dirs have been deleted so this command doesn't show anything ontoward.
Jul
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asked Deleted files from home, deleted them from .local/share/Trash/files, System doesn't report back free space
Jun
11
accepted 64bit VM host environment for debian linux similar to VMware player on Wintel?
Jun
10
revised 64bit VM host environment for debian linux similar to VMware player on Wintel?
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Jun
10
asked 64bit VM host environment for debian linux similar to VMware player on Wintel?
May
14
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
14
comment Where do the device option values beginning with “Monitor-xyz” come from in xorg.conf?
I didn't have an xorg.conf file until I ran aticonfig?
Mar
14
comment Where do the device option values beginning with “Monitor-xyz” come from in xorg.conf?
can you expand on how to do that?
Mar
14
asked Where do the device option values beginning with “Monitor-xyz” come from in xorg.conf?
Dec
15
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