I was surprised a bit about the L5’s disk usage and looked around:
root@pureos:/# df -kh | egrep 'Size|dm-0'
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/dm-0 29G 11G 17G 39% /
root@pureos:/# du -sh /var
root@pureos:/# du -sh /var/lib/flatpak /var/log/journal
Is there a way to reduce the used size in the two latter areas?
Maybe: Mining the journalctl logs and related discussion.
Should I assume that this all works the same for the L 14? Sorry for silly noobie question
As the article said:
flatpak uninstall --unused will remove all unused flatpak runtimes.
flatpak uninstall --unused
Nothing unused to uninstall
this means that all the runtimes that you have on the system are being used by at least one flatpak application
yes, all of this will work on a Librem 14