I have been working with it for a while with no issues, but last night I ran into an out of space error while doing apt-get upgrade. It was only updating libSDL-mixer, so I was surprised that it had space to download the package list but not install a single package like that.
I checked df and much to my surprise, it shows rootfs at 100% full even though Used is less than 1K-blocks.
I cleared out a few files (deleted quake 3 source, did an apt-get clean) and this is how it is now:
Where did the other 91,648 1K blocks go? (I did reboot, and it's about the same, a few hundred K more used)
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Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on rootfs 1804128 1659960 52520 97% /
Money's tight, I don't know when I'll get a chance to get a bigger SD card, so I want to make this one work in the meantime.
I have looked through ncdu to find the biggest users of space
What all is safe to delete out of the following, if not all?
/usr/share/icons/HighContrast/icon-theme.cache -- 73.4 mb (I don't use the high contrast theme, though I did try it once)
/usr/share/locale/everything except the language I'm using -- 147 mb
/lib/modules.bak -- 48.8 mb (presumably left over from an rpi-update)
/root/.rpi-firmware -- 98 mb (are these cache files from the rpi-update?)
/var/lib/apt/lists -- 33 mb (I thought this gets cleared out with apt-get clean)
Anything obvious that I missed?
Thanks in advance