How To Unlock More Space In Linux

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Related to unlocking more space in Linux is the following:

In my system, I save information from my Live USB/CD sessions by becoming root with the "sudo -i" command, and find the amount of actual disk space used via an alias for the di command: alias di='/usr/bin/di -f SMbuf1T'
which gives the actual percentage of disk space used, %Used beyond the 95% mark when the standard allocation is made.

When you don't employ the alias for the di command, you just get %100 used (when that is not exactly true)!

-- Tom
 
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