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"out of disk space" error

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Bergie, Feb 22, 2001.

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  1. Bergie

    Bergie Thread Starter

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    One of my users was working in Corel Word Perfect 9.0 and experience an "out of disk space" error when she tried to save her work (just a small document). She was working over our TCP/IP network using Win2000 terminal server and saving to a Linux file server. I was at the server so I was able to save the file with a different name but I can't figure why she would get that error as there is plenty of space on the Linux server. Has anyone ever seen this before? Thanks [​IMG]
     
  2. Bryan

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    Just a wild guess but is there possibly a setting somewhere that may limit the amount of storage space a user can use, on a user by user basis? If so, you may just need to increase the setting for that user.
     
  3. Bergie

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    Nah-I wish that was it! I think maybe
    Bill Gates has a thing against using a $10.00 piece of non-Microsoft software on his servers. They have so many funky errors with Corel on Win2000 terminal server that I am beginning to think they should have stayed with all Microsoft products! Thank you tho [​IMG]
     
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