I tried "knoppix 1" many ways after I booted into my KDE desktop, but bash tells me the command is not found. I decided to boot up from Knoppix instead of Knoppix STD because it's easier to use. When I access the Mandrake / partition, I only have access to the user folder(which I think goes to the /home directory that is already another partition).
There may also be another solution, I was trying to mv /copy(that's the folder that filled my / to max) /mnt/hdb6(now that's full and the folder didn't finish being moved entirely-- SO I'm gunna have quite an amount of sorting after this). NOW, I have a lot of free unparitioned space, what I need to do is partition new FAT32s(which I can do with MandrakeMove Live CD), and then configure the fstab in my Mandrake 10.0 Official so that I can mount and than mv /copy /mnt/hdb7 in root. For plan B, how do I access the fstab in the terminal mode and successfully edit it? Should it be another /dev/hdb7 with all the arguements my other Win32 paritions have (iso=xxxxxxx, ro[etc...])?
Third options would be to partion a 1GB and 256MB /tmp and /var accordingly, and make my Mandrake 10.0 Official mount those as the new /tmp and /var. I would have to have the contents of those folders moved. This one seems little riskier. I'd prefer the other two.
Last edited by PhuckFonix; 05-09-2004 at 12:30 PM.