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I didnt screen capture it when it happened, and wish I had.
The other day I deleted numerous files form my hard drive. before I deleted them, I ran the command
df -h
after deleting them, I ran df -h again, and had 2.3 GB more used space. I was curious about that. Anyone know whats up?
I used the gnome applet to "Empty trash"
03-11-2013, 12:58 AM
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