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Old 02-10-2002, 01:58 PM   #1
Zellius
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Hi all ive just got a few things to ask about my redhat 7.2 first is ive got a alot of harddisk space being used up for some reason everytime i reboot i get 1% more on the used hhd space whats going on?? and what servicies are safe to shutdown and also How do i get UT to work in linux ive used all the loki binarys to install but i get some kind of error in the konsole is there any way of manually installing?? is it worth using UT on linux will my online pings get better im on a modem and will my fps improve ok thanks for any help you can give me
 
Old 02-10-2002, 02:21 PM   #2
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your hard disk space is due to your log files when you boot up most likely.. /var/log/messages
 
  


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