You're welcome to use some of my system resources
Mon Jul 25, 2022 2:22am

It's just like visiting my house. Sure, wash your hands in my sink. Don't store your junk in my living room, though. Use my resources but don't abuse them.

6 GB free? You gotta clear your logs, man! That'll free up at least another 10 GB.

Sometimes I think we need to stop isolating programmers and users. We should unisolate them with users having sticks. Another restart for an update, bad programmer bad bad!

  • You're probably right. - Erik_, Tue Jul 19 2022 9:33am
    That or I didn't fully read the output of it when I did. Good to know I'm not the only one that goes through spamming those commands. Same goes for apt sometimes as well. Speaking of apt and auto updating stuff. Ubuntu has been pushing "snaps" instead of the old "apt" way of doing things the past... more
    • You're welcome to use some of my system resources- Puckdropper, Mon Jul 25 2022 2:22am
      • I just cleaned up another 5GB from hidden files - Erik_, Tue Aug 09 2022 10:44am
        From versions of software I don't have installed anymore. There's a few more gigs I could clear up if I cleaned out the ~/.cache dir but I'm not sure if anything will blow up if I do that. I agree about leaving things as you came. This drive is full of trash that's accumulated over the years and... more
        • But it's LINUX! IT DOESN'T NEED PERIODIC REINSTALLS!!!!1oneo - Puckdropper, Wed Aug 10 2022 2:18am
          Wow, 500 MB of Perl stuff just for one package manager. Sometimes I think they just don't ever look at how much they're accumulating. That would be interesting, if you had a spare drive to copy your install to. Just blow out the ~/.cache dir and see what happens. It'd be interesting to see what... more
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