In article <5eangj$6ea at snail.stack.nl>,
michaeld at stack.nl (Michael-Dennis Biemans) writes:
> Myopsis (myopsis at read.inside.to.find.out) wrote:
>: I heard something about a utility that can free up a lot of wasted
>: disk space (frees space allocated to but not used files i think (but
>: i'm not sure))... BUT I CAN'T REMEMBER WHAT THE $#@% IT WAS!! Anybody
>: got an idea? Please email me at myopsis at juno.com --- I've got about
>: 500MB wasted by file allocations right now... if that program will
>: free it up i would be grateful.....
>> % su
> # cd /
> # rm -rf *
> # df -k
> Filesystem 1024-blocks Used Available Capacity Mounted on
> /dev/rz1a 63231 0 63231 0% /
> /dev/rz1g 774367 0 774367 0% /usr
>>> something like this ?
No, no, no! Note the crossposts. This is obviously a Windoze question.
Here, try this:
If that doesn't do it for you, you might try:
Conrad Sabatier http://www.neosoft.com/~conrads