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Question Intermediate Need help with flatpak storage

JacksonGodsey

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I recently installed Pop_OS, and have run into an issue where my flatpak has completely run out of space but I still have tons of space outside the home folder. I was just wondering if someone could tell me how to maybe move flatpak without messing anything up or should I try and reallocate space to the home folder. I would really prefer not to break my install. I know it's a storage issue because I can see on my disk management software the folder is full and I understand computers enough to know that as well as the Terminal tells me so when I try to install anything via the terminal with flatpaks.
 

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or should I try and reallocate space to the home folder
I don't think you can do that, you can reallocate space only(don't quote me on that) to a partition. Joe Collins is kind of average to expert when it comes to that. If you want to contact him try on EzeeTalk / Fakebook.$$$ 😚
I saw that also in Mate, but here in Pop_os/Gnome is a bit bigger. Maybe if you create a separate /home partition and /like 20Gb you will be good but, that means you have to reinstall it.

Good luck!
 

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