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Old 07-30-2012, 10:49 PM   #1
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I am working on running a benchmark on the cell broadband engine simulator, and I needed to copy some files on the simulator file, during which the system reports "no space left on device".
please help on how to increase the device (application) space to create room for the remaining files. I am using Fedora 15.
 
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i am working on Fedora 15. I am to use a chmod command “chmod -R ugo-w $SPEC” but returning an error message “chmod: missing operand after “ugo-w” and i have searched several materials but no direct solution. Please help.
 
  


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