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Old 08-29-2006, 06:54 PM   #1
Sammael
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Location: Slovakia, currently working in Liverpool UK
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change mc unpacking behaviour


i noticed, when i unpack something in mc, it unpacks it first to /tmp/mc-username and then copies it to destination. Can this be changed? i have only ~5 GB free on my /

i'd prefer it to unpack directly to destination as this is slowing me down, i have to monitor /tmp/mc-username and destination directory and delete unpacked & copied files from /tmp/mc-username everytime i unpack archive bigger than amount of free space on /

any suggestion appreciated
 
  


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