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personal storage file initrd/pup-rw delete latest changes
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PostPosted: Thu 18 Oct 2012, 15:59    Post_subject:  personal storage file initrd/pup-rw delete latest changes
Sub_title: change the content of the personal storage file

Please explain me which files can be deleted in /initrd/pup-rw to free storage/ram to for example denie the latest changes , selecting files changed later than yesterday, or read which files go about a canceled or error install and whatsoever.
I did not find any explanation on this, but many writers tell you how to increase the personal storage : that however is simple and Not what I aim to do. why fill the personal storage file with unwanted and unneeded material that takes unneccesary space .

(sorry for my english)

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PostPosted: Thu 25 Oct 2012, 18:33    Post_subject: Pupsave config allows you not to save session
Sub_title: You can exit without saving session

The pet is on the forum. Pls confirm if found.
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