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Re: [SLE] Disk Space
  • From: Serge Goloubev <joker@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 16 May 2001 17:57:50 +0200
  • Message-id: <3B02A37E.3307DFAE@xxxxxxxx>
Sure you can delete all help files.

Dallam Wych wrote:

> Hi All,
> I will try to make this as brief as possible. I haven't been using linux but
> for about a month now. I put SuSE 7.1 personal on my old 100mhz 1.2 gb hhd
> machine. One of the first things I did was to invest in two good books for
> newbies...Running Linux and Linux Complete. Together with the manuals that
> came with SuSE 7.1 they have been a great help.
> Now here is my dilema. After carefully going through my system I have picked
> and chosen what to keep and what to uninstall in the way of apps. I don't
> have the room for four different editors, three different cd players etc. At
> the end of it all I only have 136mb of free space, so about 86% of my disc
> is full and I read that it shouldn't go over 90%. So here is a question I
> need answering: Since I have two computers and internet access, is there any
> reason (other than perhaps the inconvenience) that I can't unistall SuSE
> help, etc. I have the manuals, I have the refernce books and I have access
> online to the SuSE site.
> Would appreciate your imput.
> Thanks,
> Dallam
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