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Last revision : April 29th, 2007 On July 14th, Szakacsits Szabolcs , a developer for the Linux-NTFS project published a major update of the Linux NTFS driver. It is now possible to write to an NTFS partition in a safe manner. I've tested it for months now and I have yet to report any issue. In fact, I have had more troubles with the old NTFS driver which allowed read-only operations on NTFS partitions.
After few months or years later, you will notice unnecessary files, libraries and/or documentation eating up your disk space under Debian Linux. Try the following tips to free up disk space: Remove cached .deb files When you run apt-get command, it downloads and caches the package in /var/cache/apt/archives directory.