I have a Fedora 20 KDE on a 512 mini SSD disk. Yesterday I unfortunately downloaded many rar-files into my
/root partition and ran this command afterwards:
unrar x *.rar. So what happened? My PC got stuck and I could not do anything more so I pushed the power off button as hardly as I can. After I started it again my Fedora stuck at this part
Failed to write pack file. So my thoughts are that my root partition is full.
My question know how to get this files deleted?
What I tried:
I downloaded a Fedora 20 Live Image and copied into a USB stick. After that I tried to boot from the USB stick to get into the rescue mode. But I don't have a submenu under
Troubleshooting which contains something like
rescue mode. No problem I thought because I saw that someone said you have to run
Linux rescue from the grub. I did that, but I got another error message that it could not find a kernel named Linux. Fine so I googled more and more. I saw a post that the Fedora Live CD does not have a rescue mode. I have to start the Live CD and mount my existing fedora OS. But this did not help either.
So does anybody know what to do now?