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HowTo fix "no space left on device" with Opera
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erikson


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PostPosted: Sun 29 Jun 2008, 15:15    Post subject:  

If I understand the problem correctly, Opera cache is accumulating in pup_save.

I had a similar experience with firefox, as discussed in thread Cleaning up needless cache data in pup_save .

My ultimate solution was to tell firefox to put its cache in /tmp - recall that Puppy cleans /tmp at shutdown, and never saves /tmp data into pup_save.

If Opera can be told where to cache, the same method can be applied.

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