[dynosis@localhost ~]$ df -hReconsidering
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/sdc6 9.7G 759M 8.4G 9% /
/dev/sdc8 5.0G 2.2G 2.6G 46% /usr
can you help solve this problem. i know little about / and so on. Can i just rename /usr to /home, or can merge into one part /. /usr waste of space and will cause trouble in future.
, because you have such a small /usr partition
, and almost nothing in the / partition
that now holds your /home directory
, I'm thinking leave it alone, as is. The whole installation is less than 15 GB, and it's working. When you have some experience with it, and decide to make a more permanent installation on a much larger drive, then ask for help and we'll get you set up properly. The one thing you could do that would help a little would be to delete
the second swap partition
the / partition
to include that extra 2 GB. You only need one swap partition
, as it can be shared
by however many installations you actually have, depending on which one is actually being run at any given time.