Thanks for more responses after first SUMMARY. The second problem is
solved by taking Richard Butler's suggestion. Thanks!
> I did move the /usr/local dir to another disk with lots space, and
> link for it.
> But when I use pkgadd to install emacs which hardwired to install in
> /usr/local, I still get error message
> complain no space.
> Any more suggestions?
I think your problem here is not space in /usr/local but space in
(used as spooling space during pkgadd). I can't remember the details,
I am sure I read in a previous sun-managers question something about
problems installing when the /var filesystem is not sufficient. I think
you can resolve it temporarily in the same way make a link to a large
space, install emacs, then cancel the link because the space is only
needed during installation.
Worth trying anyway
ANOTHER TWO MORE RESPONSE FOR FIRST QUESTION:
Goodson Alex A <Alex.Goodson@CTS.zeneca.com>
Delete the man pages. /usr/share/man/*
email@example.com (Nicolas De Rico)
You could move /usr/dt to /dt on a new partition and create a link from
to /dt. You can do that with other things to like /local.
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