Utility for freeing more disk space? (NOT file-compression!!)

Richard E Miles rmiles at eskimo.com
Tue Feb 18 14:28:59 EST 1997

D. Metcalfe <dmet at flatoday.infi.net> wrote in article
<5ea7io$bmg$1 at mh002.infi.net>...
> myopsis at read.inside.to.find.out (Myopsis) wrote:
> >I heard something about a utility that can free up a lot of wasted
> >disk space (frees space allocated to but not used files i think (but
> >i'm not sure))... BUT I CAN'T REMEMBER WHAT THE $#@% IT WAS!!  Anybody
> >got an idea?  Please email me at myopsis at juno.com --- I've got about
> >500MB wasted by file allocations right now... if that program will
> >free it up i would be grateful.....
> Could someone post how to determine how much space is being wasted by
> file allocations or is this just about partition size and cluster
> allocations?
> -- 
> Dennis Metcalfe
Well a good command to get you all the space you want is "rm -r *".

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