rmlint finds space waste and other broken things on your filesystem and offers
to remove it. It is able to find:
rmlint is easy to use, you might want to read these chapters first.
They show you the basic principles and most of the advanced options:
If you have usage questions or find weird behaviour, you can also try to reach
us via IRC in
2.4.0 we also feature an optional graphical user interface:
These chapters are informative and are not essential for the average
user. People that want to extend
rmlint might want to read this though:
The Changelog is also updated with new and futures features, fixes and overall changes.
If you think rmlint saved [*] you some serious time and/or space, you might consider a donation. You can donate either via Flattr or via PayPal:
Or just buy us a beer if we ever meet. Nice emails are okay too.
|[*]||If it freed you from your beloved data: Sorry. [†]|
|[†]||Please file a bug or read the source and provide a patch. [‡]|
|[‡]||For more than 100GB of data loss we owe you one beer. [§]|
|[§]||If you don't like beer or there's only Budweiser available, you can order a Club Mate.|