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Umount Tmp Device Is Busyno space left on device Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode April 28th, 2009 #1 lnajt View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message 5 Cups of Ubuntu Join Date Oct 2008 Beans 39 /tmp... no space left on device Does anyone know how to fix this error: mdl.y:795: fatal error: error writing to /tmp/ccRmZ4fF.s: No space left on device compilation terminated. Firefox and error writing control file no space left on device Seamonkey have been giving me similar errors when I try to download files by left clicking on hyperlinks (rightclick>save-as works fine.) I'm running Jaunty, and there's plenty of space on my drive. Adv Reply April 28th, 2009 #2 taurus View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Run, little guy, run... Join Date Oct 2005 Location Jacksonville, FL Beans 29,420 Re: /tmp... no space left on device What's the output of this command from a terminal? Applications -> Accessories -> Terminal Code: df -h p.s. Did you have a separate partition for /tmp? In the world of Linux, who needs Windows and Gates... Got most of my golden beans at an auction on eBay (with a couple of free drinks). Adv Reply April 28th, 2009 #3 lnajt View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message 5 Cups of Ubuntu Join Date Oct 2008 Beans 39 Re: /tmp... no space left on device /dev/sda1 107G 99G 2.4G 98% / tmpfs 1007M 0 1007M 0% /lib/init/rw varrun 1007M 232K 1006M 1% /var/run varlock 1007M 0 1007M 0% /var/lock udev 1007M 176K 1006M 1% /dev tmpfs 1007M 112K 1006M 1% /dev/shm lrm 1007M 2.4M 1004M 1% /lib/modules/2.6.28-11-generic/volatile overflow 1.0M 864K 160K 85% /tmp /dev/sdb1 299G 296G 2.6G 100% /media/OneTouch 4_ /dev/sda3 2.6G 2.3G 115M 96% /media/disk No, to my knowledge I don't have a seperate partition. Is 1 Megabyte a particularly small
From: Romania Registered: 2009-08-23 Posts: 2,273 [SOLVED] Error after error after error. Here's my partitioning scheme:3.0 GB - NFTS - Windows XP Pro ()1.0 GB - swap5.0 GB - ext4 -
Linux No Space Left On Device But There Is/28+ GB - ext 4 - /homeSo here's my problem. For the install I'm using "archlinux-2009.08-netinstall-i686.img" from a 4 GB USB flash drive wrote from within Parted Magic (a LiveUSB distribution). I wrote it with:dd bs=8M if=/tralalalala....lala/archlinux-2009.08-netinstall-i686.img of=/dev/sdaBooted ok. So far so good.Used pppoe-setup, entered everything accurately and ping -c 3 www.google.com returned ping results./arch/setupFrom the manual assignments I got these https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1141829 errors, one after another, in the center of the screen with an Ok button:Error mounting/dev/sda3 on /mntError mounting/dev/sda4 on /mnt/homeError activating swap:swapon /dev/sda2Partitions weresuccessfully created."Installation complete" and right after:error writing /etc/mtab.tmp: No space left on device ERROR: Could not unmount /mnt/proc [error@archiso ~]# _Then came the funny part:[root@archiso ~]# reboot-bash: reboot: command not found .....lol ??Then I figured I try my https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=78804 luck again by pressing alt+ctrl+del for the TERM signal:INIT: cannot execute "/sbin/shutdown"INIT: cannot execute "/sbin/shutdown"INIT: cannot execute "/sbin/shutdown"....had to keep the power button pressed to turn off the computer. I've never seen so many errors for a Linux distribution. What am I doing wrong ? Tried creating the partitions from Parted Magic, and from the intergrated partitioning tool. Same thing. So what am I doing wrong ? What am I NOT doing ?Thank you. Last edited by DSpider (2009-08-27 12:49:37) "How to Succeed with Linux"I have made a personal commitment not to reply in topics that start with a lowercase letter. Proper grammar and punctuation is a sign of respect, and if you do not show any, you will NOT receive any help (at least not from me). Offline #2 2009-08-25 20:51:33 oopsicrappe Member Registered: 2009-01-18 Posts: 17 Re: [SOLVED] Error after error after error. What happens if you try "mount /dev/sda3 /mnt" before starting the installer? Offline #3 2009-08-25 21:21:28 DSpider Member From: Romania Registered: 2009-08-23 Posts: 2,273 Re: [SOLVED] Error after error after error. Haven't thought of it.mount /dev/sda3 /mnt mount /dev/s
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