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    Default pli-Iolite on dm500s problem

    I have Pli-Iolite installed on my DM500S.

    It has the /var folder & /var_flash folder both having the same files. Because of this I have limited number of spaxce available in the DM.

    Why there are 2 folders with the same content available? How can I safely remove one?

    Please explain.

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    I don't think this folder take much space

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    nope. It's a duplicate of /var. All the files in/var is also in/var_flash

    So it's a lot of space when considering DM500S.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dimu1234 View Post
    nope. It's a duplicate of /var. All the files in/var is also in/var_flash

    So it's a lot of space when considering DM500S.
    make a backup with flash wizzard.
    then delete the files in /var_flash.

    reboot and see what happens.
    if u run ito problems, flash ur box using com port.
    then restore the backup

 

 

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