Originally Posted by Deirdre
I am having a problem staying hooked up to my wireless connection, it was told to me that decop error meant to much was being stored in harddrive I deleted a bunch and my machine started acting proper now my machine is freezing up and won't hook up to my wireless connection, I went to system info and found everything is around 15% used except /dev/hdc and it has used 100% could this be my problem and if so how do I make my machine act properly, I am about to pull my hair out, I really do not know to much about computers.
the operating system is mozella firefox
someone please help me and guide me in the right direction
First, this is NOT urgent for anyone here. We volunteer our time, and answer when we want to, if we want to.
Second, your operating system is NOT "mozilla firefox"..that's your web browser. If you can't tell us what version/distro of Linux you're using, on what kind of hardware, we can't do much for you. And who told you that a dcop error meant your drive was full? Where did you see the error? What's on /dev/hdc? A drive being 100% full is always a problem, but use caution when deleting things. If someone you know has more knowledge about computers, it would be best to get them to talk/walk you through things.