OpenSUSE Install :: Waste Bin Full Cant Delete?

Jun 24, 2010

I tried to delete some files when I tried to delete a 1.8gig file it said wastebin full do manuel delete I emptied bin manuely but still wont let me delete file, the file is a downloaded file I deleted smaller files ok from same folder, I,m using 11.2 kde. Also I noticed that there is not a button to empty wastebin

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Ubuntu :: Delete Folders Or Files On NTFS Partition Not A Option To Move To Waste Basket

Nov 24, 2010

10.10 on a ext4 partition. I deleted a folder that sat on a NTFS partition that I use as data storage. I note that if I delete folders or files on this NTFS partition there is not the option to move to waste basket - it is just deleted. If the folder still exists on the hard drive (has not been over written) I may be able to retrieve it - but where could it be? On the NTFS partition?

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OpenSUSE Install :: Delete "vmkd" Files - Root Partition Full - Why

Feb 1, 2010

I had been copying "vmkd" files all of which are very large (11gig) each and later deleted them and it appears some I had deleted using "root" I reached a point when it couldn't do it and it said it couldn't because trash bin was full. Sure enough I found my root partition (20gigs) was full. I went root and emptied its trash bin which freed up about (4gigs) of space. I just set up a new system (11.2) on another drive and have setup it up with exactly the same programs as the system I'm having a problem with and the new systems root partition only has (6gigs) in the root partition. Question; how do I clean out my problem root partition?

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OpenSUSE Install :: Mirroring Repositories With Rsync: Module Opensuse-full Is Broken?

Dec 1, 2010

The rsync module "opensuse-full" which worked well so far seems currently broken. It tries to mirror a huge number of additional stuff (factory?) but fails with "permission denied". Any place where I could report this?Command:

rsync -rlpt -hi -stats /drive/repo


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General :: Hard Drive Full - What To Delete For Clearing Up Space

Nov 13, 2010

Found what takes space but not sure what to delete here is the output of df -h
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/sda1 9.2G 157M 8.6G 2% /
/dev/sda5 9.4G 9.4G 20K 100% /usr
/dev/sda6 213G 213G 20K 100% /var
none 1.0G 12K 1.0G 1% /tmp
tmpfs 2.0G 0 2.0G 0% /usr/local/psa/handlers/before-local
How to identify what to delete to clear up space?

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OpenSUSE Install :: /dev Full Due To Preloadtrace.log?

Nov 23, 2010

Just after boot of my opensuse 11.2, the /dev is less than 10% full. But, as time runs, it becomes full, leading to problems. I have searched for the reason, and find an ever growing file, named preloadtrace.log.May I rotate this log as other ones with webmin (and should I use special commands to do it), or is it possible to avoid the creation (or the filling) of this file ?

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Server :: RHEL Auto Delete Files With Full Hard Drive

Jul 13, 2010

I experienced a full hard drive yesterday due to a massive error_log. We took care of the errors, but later found out we were missing files, including a MySQL database table. Having a shopping cart and ecommerce stuff on the site, we found that some of those files were missing, too.Does RHEL 5 have some sort of feature for automatically deleting files when the partition is full? If it does, I want to turn it off.

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OpenSUSE Install :: Partition - Installation Fails - Get My Full HDD Back ?

Dec 10, 2009

After trying to install and partition with a live CD I restarted the PC and What do you know it reads Starting Windows 7 , Opensuse installation Completely Gone Wasted like it never even took place , and it left a gift a 100 GB less of Space on the HD . at least thats what it reads out ... how to get my full HDD back ?

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OpenSUSE Install :: Login Fails Due To Full System Partition?

Oct 18, 2010

I have a problem that I can't login to SUSE in graphical mode. I get to the login prompt; enter my username and password; SUSE starts to do the login but then crashes back to the login prompt. Looking in /var/log/messages doesn't tell me anything useful. However, I noticed that my SUSE system partition is full (at 20 GB). So I think this is the culprit that is stopping my login.

Unfortunately, I can't extend my system partition as it is ext4 (SUSE default) but parted (from SUSE 11.2 live cd) complains that it can't do anything with ext4.

I'm using
OpenSUSE11.2 x86_64
KDE 4.3.5

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OpenSUSE Install :: Get Full Control Of Win 7 Files (dual Boot) In 11.3 KDE?

Jan 11, 2011

I have Suse 11.3 KDE dual boot with Win 7. There is a Desktop Folder on the main screen, with one icon named "My Computer". when I click this icon, Konqueror opens a window with detailed information of the System along with Disk Information (detailed partitions of Windows 7). Once I select any one of these partitions, it opens the one said partition.

One thing I have noticed, if I "Right Click" a folder in this Win 7 partition, there is an option of opening that folder with Dolphin Super user Mode. After using this, I can edit the contained subfolders or files.On the other hand if there is a file (i.e. outside a folder), there is no option of Super user Mode and I cannot edit these files. at times I have to rename them or delete them. But for doing so I have to restart computer and go into Windows (which I don't like)is there any way of having a full control of Suse and Windows (permanently). I read the thread mentioned here: FSTAB - Editing Manually

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OpenSUSE Install :: Windows Pop To Full Screen When Bumped Into Top Edge?

May 17, 2011

i recently bought a pre-Win7 loaded netbook, and soon discovered anytime i moved a window and even accidently bumped the top edge of the screen the window would instantly pop to full screen side to side and top to bottom..i figured it was just another Redmond 'innovation' and just got in the habit of not bumping the top..but, now on KDE i see exactly the same this something new in 4.6 or, is it just on this machine (maybe a BIOS intercept) or what the heck is it??

i have looked for and not found a way to turn off this abomination in user interface 'innovation' in either openSUSE 11.4 or Lose7..(i'm kinda tired of having to click it down from full screen--this is a MULTI-threaded system and i do not use just one app at a time..)

[NNTP via openSUSE 11.4 [] + KDE 4.6.0 + Thunderbird 3.1.10]
Dual booting with Sluggish Loser7 on Acer Aspire One D255

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OpenSUSE Install :: How To Delete Windows Folder?

Mar 7, 2010

time using OpenSUSE.When I mounted an ntfs drive, I did it 2 times, and create 2 different folders in root/windows (C and E).Is there anyway to remove 1 of them?

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OpenSUSE Install :: Delete The Windows Partition?

Aug 4, 2010

After having successfully downloaded and burned 11.3 ISO to DVD, i'm off to doing dangerous things: trying to install this on my work laptop which has Win XP SP3. when the partitioning stuff comes up, it suggests deleting the windows partition.
i have tried various options in terms of editing/resizing existing partitions and have always gotten errors. Just want to confirm: if I delete the windows partition, i'll lose my Win XP and all the data i have. Is that right?

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OpenSUSE Install :: Delete A Key In Gconf-editor?

Nov 8, 2010

I have been installing and uninstalling stuff about mouse properties and xorg.conf mouse section... and now I have several "extra" keys in gconf, exactly these:



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OpenSUSE Install :: Delete .config Just To Login?

Nov 27, 2010

Well, I decided enough of the "cute" OSs and installed OpenSuse 11.3 as my sole OS.

I have installed three times today. The install goes well, no issues there, however, after the install, I run Updates and once that's complete, I reboot and that is where the trouble starts.

The first 2 times, (I installed with Auto-magic Login enabled) all I could get was a black background and what the Mac community calls the "spinning wheel of death". Well since I automatically logged in I could not determine if it was a System issue or a Profile issue, hence the re-install.

I first thought it was a kernel update problem, but hey, the system boots, so that didn't seem logical.

I had on this install had it happen also, but I (thankfully) was able to graphically login as root and delete my /home/jj/.config and /home/jj/.gconf (going by previous experience with a similar issue on other OSs).

I notice that after the install and during the update that my Desktop Effects turned themselves off. I know this because Docky tells me so when I run it. Another issue is I run kmahjongg or kbounce (Wife's Games) and the TitleBar is missing so this forces me to (re)run metacity --replace to get WM handles back.

Everything is stable at the moment, but I hesitate to reboot the system.
I have logged out and back in with everything being retained.

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OpenSUSE Install :: 11.3 Wants To Delete WinXP Partition?

Mar 6, 2011

I am attempting to make my HP DV6000 laptop dual boot with WinXP and OpenSuse 11.3. I've upgraded the hard drive in this system to 500GB and have WinXP in a 100GB primary partition. There is also a 12GB system recovery logical partition. In preparation for Linux, I used the Windows disk manager to create a 50GB primary partition. I've defragged and run check disk on both of the primary partitions and found no problems.

For the Linux install, I downloaded the OpenSuse 11.3 DVD image using metalink and DownLoadThemAll so I'm pretty confident I got a good image. I burned it to a DVD, verified that, then verified the install image using the openSuse installer. Everything looks good. When I attempt to do the install of Linux however, the suggested partitioning says that it wants to delete partitions /dev/sda1 (99.06GB), /dev/sda2 (48.83GB) and /dev/sda3 (11.72GB). In each case, it says resize is impossible due to inconsistent fs, Try checking under windows.

It then says that it wants to create three new volumes for /dev/sda1 (2.01 GB), /dev/sda2 (20.00GB) and /dev/sda3 (443.75 GB). In other words, it wants to devote the entire disk to Linux.

I thought that I would be able to tell it to install Linux in the 50GB partition that I had created for it and that it would subdivide that into volumes as appropriate. If it wanted to delete that partition and create a new one that would be fine too, but I don't understand why it thinks that it needs to delete the WinXP and recovery partitions.

Is there a way I can work around this by using either the Create Partition Setup or Edit Partition Setup options available in the installer? Or better yet, is there something I can do via windows partitioning before I install that will prevent it from wanting to delete my windows partitions in the first place?

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OpenSUSE Install :: Call To Lnusertemp Faild (temporary Directories Full?)

Feb 5, 2009

opensuse 11.1 64 bit NVIDIA 180.22
yesterday i update my kde from 4.13 to 4.2.
Before i install kde 4.2 ,i disable all repo about 4.13

and remove kde 4.13 .using one-click installer,i install kde 4.2 successfully.but i can not login my account in kde session .it says

"call to lnusertemp faild (temporary directories full?)..."
use command
df /tmp
df -i /tmp
df /var/tmp
df -i /var/tmp

i found my disk have enough space,about 70% free space.i try to lonin use root account .it failed too ,with same error.any one know what is the matter about my kde 4.2?

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May 12, 2010

I have 11.2 installed on my laptop but have a bit of an issue. When I boot it normally, it will not use my full screen, instead it only uses about a 5"x5" box in the center and displays there, but when i boot into failsafe, it uses the full screen.

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OpenSUSE Install :: Can't Log In File-system Is Full / Clean Up Any Unnecessary Files?

Nov 24, 2010

I can't login due to my file-system being full. I found the main area with the large usage. Var/log is taking 99.5% of my var folder. On a full file-system scan Var/log is taking up 85% of disk use. File-system capacity is 36 gig. Temp is cleared after each boot.

What can I do to clean up any unnecessary files. I can only boot in safe mode and have limited navigation skills. To get scan results I booted a live-disc.

Opensuse 11.2 gnome 64 bit.

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OpenSUSE Install :: Root Disk Full - Format Stops And Say's Don't Have Permission

Aug 27, 2011

I was copying a file to my pendrive it was taking a very log time which was ridiculous so I cancelled it but when I reboot my sysem next time my root drive became almost full (20gb partition, 12gb was free before. now its only 3 gb is free) also my pendrive is dead in linux in window it says you have to format the pendrive before use it when I click on format, format stops and says you don't have permission. also Now I cannot write anything on my winodws c or d drive because of permission.

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OpenSUSE Install :: Call To Lnusertemp Failed - Temporary Directories Full?

Sep 22, 2010

opensuse 11.1 64 bit NVIDIA 180.22 yesterday i update my kde from 4.13 to 4.2. Before i install kde 4.2 ,i disable all repo about 4.13 and remove kde 4.13 .using one-click installer,i install kde 4.2 successfully.but i can not login my account in kde session. it says "call to lnusertemp faild (temporary directories full?)..."

use command
df /tmp
df -i /tmp
df /var/tmp
df -i /var/tmp

i found my disk have enough space,about 70% free space. i try to lonin use root account .it failed too ,with same error. any one know what is the matter about my kde 4.2?

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OpenSUSE Install :: Installed On Back Up - How To Delete Windows HDD

Jun 12, 2010

My desktop computer has 2 hardrives, one 70gb and one 40gb, previously, the 40gb was windows XP and the 70gb was a backup, I decided to install opensuse on the 70gb backup, and now I want to wipe out the 40gb HDD that has windows xp and turn that into a back up.

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OpenSUSE Install :: Audit And Delete Unwanted Rpm Packages?

Jul 7, 2010

how to audit and delete unwanted rpm packages. how to back up repository list from YaST2.

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OpenSUSE Install :: Delete Root From Login Screen

Jul 23, 2010

I just did a clean install of 11.3 over my dual boot xp/11.2 system and kept my home directory.When I booted the system a console box came up.I then disabled auto login and rebooted.The login screen showed two users, 1- Tom and 2- Root.When I login as Tom the console comes up and when I boot into Root the GUI KDE system comes up.How do I delete Root from the Login screen and make it so that user Tom boots into the GUI KDE desktop?

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OpenSUSE Install :: Full Encrypted System (expected /boot)with The Best Possible Algorithm And Key Length?

Aug 18, 2010

but I wantto set up a new system with openSUSE 11.3 The system should be fully encrypted. I want to use the best possible encryption.1 I am not sure, AES 256 xts-plain is the most secure single algorithm, isn't it?2 Is it possible to use a cipher? 3 Which algorithm does the yast-installer use when I encrypt the whole system with a logical volume group?I have read this two articles:a) Encrypted Root File System - openSUSEb) openSUSE Lizards encrypted root file system on LVMBut I have to say that these routines are a little bit complicated in my eyes.Isnt there a easier way to encrypt the whole OS?I know there is a 64bit live cd available. 4 So the first description (a) is obsolete?5 How can I set up a (fully encrypted) system without using LVM?The hard disk layout should be done in this way:

/boot sda1
/enhanced partition sda2
/swap sda5


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Mar 9, 2011

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Dec 12, 2010

Old? They've been around for a while and I wonder if they're still relevant. The following:

And adding a new integer

Still relevant with the recent versions of Firefox or a waste of time?

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Mar 6, 2011

I have the eight Debian dvds listed in my sources.list, along with security, nonfree, and multimedia repositories. It does this for all eight dvds, re-scanning them for the update.These dvds have already been scanned (from the apt-cdrom add command). New updates are NOT going to suddenly appear on these already scanned dvds, so this is a completely unnecessary endeavour.Is there a way to stop this?It didn't happen with Lenny, and I'd like to stop it with Squeeze.

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Jan 25, 2011

This obnoxious bar has just appeared in Smplayer at the top of the screen. It stays there even when I go full screen. Now full screen isn't full screen and there are black edges on both sides of the screen. I have not be able to figure out how to hide it. I do not need or want this onscreen display. How can I configure Smplayer to make this go away? How can I get my 16:9 full screen aspect ratio back? I have done nothing to mplayer or smplayer as far as editing any or changing any configuration files. I tried several videos and it displays on all of them. It was not there last time I used Smplayer.

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OpenSUSE Install :: Can't Increase Resolution Than At Least Stretch The Screen To Full Screen?

Aug 27, 2011

I recently upgraded my graphics card from a Geforce 7600GS to a Gefore 560Ti. And while most things are normal, during boot up my screen isn't "full screen" until X is started, after which everything else is fine. Essentially, all display, the grub menu, the splash screen, console text, etc, is within a box on the screen, with 2" on the left and right, and 1" top and bottom of empty blackness.

From what I understand, this is because the framebuffer is using the wrong resolution, but the maximum resolution that hwinfo --framebuffer returns is 1280x1024 (which I am already using "0x031a".) (My monitors is natively 1920x1080) Is it possible to do something about this? If not increase resolution than at least stretch the screen to full screen?

sudo /usr/sbin/hwinfo --framebuffer
02: None 00.0: 11001 VESA Framebuffer
[Created at bios.459]
Unique ID: rdCR.GGyCBArXznD
Hardware Class: framebuffer
Model: "NVIDIA GF104B Board - 10400050"


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