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  • "erik.kirby" started this thread

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Saturday, October 8th 2005, 12:23am

KDE won't start, /tmp dir, no space

Hello everyone,
Haveing a few issues,

When I try to log into KDE, I get a warning message that say's " no space in /tmp directory"? I can log into window maker and view /tmp directory in a terminal but I am not sure what to do? Any help would be greatly appreciated.



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Saturday, October 8th 2005, 3:38pm

The parition your /tmp is on might be full.
If you only have one parition you could try to remove unnecessary file from somewhere else on the same filesystem or check if there are too many or too large files in /tmp that you no longer need.

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