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Clean up your filesystems with fslint

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 70.15.192.37] on October 06, 2008 01:29 PM
it worked for me just now.
Unpacking fslint (from .../archives/fslint_2.26-2_all.deb) ...
Filename: pool/main/f/fslint/fslint_2.26-2_all.deb
Size: 106336
MD5sum: bc1acbe3a6141acd1927af129571c000
SHA1: ca8b7eefcca2c67f88044fe4e0c7a6885a7bc1a6
SHA256: 78f73ce96a2faf28e2e5f27f864445982c7826bbf8559ddeff74a672dccbf5ed
Description: A utility to fix problems with filesystems' data, like duplicate files
FSlint is a toolkit to clean filesystem lint. It includes a GTK+ GUI
as well as a command line interface and can be used to reclaim disk space.
It has an interface for uninstalling packages, and it can find things like:

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