[linux-audio-dev] TMP directory problem

Dennis Schulmeister linux-audio-dev at windows3.de
Fri Mar 16 13:42:46 UTC 2007


it looks (err sounds) like your /tmp directory is mounted to its own
partition. You can work around this by many ways.

One way would be to resize the partition if possible.

Another way would be to unmount /tmp and to simply create a folder on
the root directory. Make sure you give appropriate access rights to it.

drwxrwxrwt  14 root   root    4096 2007-03-16 14:37 tmp

Yours sincerely,
Dennis Schulmeister

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On Fri, 2007-03-16 at 09:47 -0500, Dave Phillips wrote:
> Greetings:
> Okay, I'm stumped by this one. I'm trying to compile a small app on my 
> old machine, it's running Dynebolic with the required devel packages. 
> I've built other apps in this environment with no problem, but when I 
> compile this one app I keep receiving this kind of error :
>     /tmp/cc30Bs2G.o : No space left on the device
> So how do I get more space in the /tmp directory ? I tried setting TMP 
> and TMPDIR, got no joy. I'll gladly supply more details if needed, but 
> that's basically what's happening. Any suggestions from the gurus ?
> Best,
> dp

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