I have just deleted and formated the old NTFS winbloze 2k partition ...
Now I have about 3GB more and I don't know how should I use it. I mean I don't know where is there more need for it ??
Current free space status:
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/hda1 2.3G 2.0G 195M 92% /
/dev/hda5 312M 190M 106M 65% /home
/dev/hda6 15G 15G 20M 100% /mnt/movie
/dev/hda7 2.2G 1.9G 274M 88% /mnt/data
/dev/hda8 5.0G 4.8G 223M 96% /mnt/kits
/dev/hda2 3.1G 1.2G 1.8G 40% /mnt/dir
the ex NTFS partition is the /mnt/dir partition.
I was thinking of using it for /usr but I don't know how to do the switch safely between the /dev/hda2 and the /usr space.
I thought about going to single user, removing the /usr from the / and mount the /dev/hda2, as it already has the info from /usr copied... I am afraid that erasing /usr for the short period that this is missing, my system will go nuts!
and I would like to make something to keep the downloaded debs on a different partition... Is there another place for them than the /var/cache/apt/archives ? (Using debian)