low space on /tmp

Asked by czarny404 on 2007-07-24

What can I do if I dont have egnouth space on /tmp. Can I jump this? Use other particion?

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2007-07-25
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2007-07-25
Jan Kaláb (pitel) said : #1

Just delete content of this directory, and then reboot (there are some sockets for gnome which need to be recreated).

Rafael Proença (cypherbios) said : #2

This was reported other day on Debian bugzilla:
http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=433915

the --temp-dir=/temp/dir solve this issue (currently available on the bzr tree).

Thanks.

czarny404 (czarny404) said : #3

#aptoncd --temp-dir=/mnt/hda5
usage: aptoncd [OPTION]
Execute APTonCD with command-line parameters to save time.

aptoncd: error: no such option: --temp-dir
I must wait for new version, yes?

Rafael Proença (cypherbios) said : #4

As I said:
"the --temp-dir=/temp/dir solve this issue (currently available on the bzr tree)."

This is available in the current bzr tree (not packaged for Ubuntu or Debian yet).

Regards.

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