which files can be safely deleted?
my debian computer is doing fine. every day i am rediscovering more
efficient ways of using the resources available.
after doing the installation, i ran deborphan and removed all
unnecessary packages. then i checked in /home/sandip and deleted all
unwanted stuff in terms of configuration files, etc.
i know that /tmp and /var/run is cleared every time i boot up.
i was wondering if there are any other redundant log files etc that i
can delete to make more space available. i for instance know that exim
keeps a log and it can be safely deleted. any other files?
sandip p deshmukh
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