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Clean up Linux filesystems with fslint

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fslint will locate all sorts of accumulated cruft in your Linux filesystems...
Over time you might start getting multiple copies of the same file, soft links that point to files that no longer exist, temporary files that have been hanging around longer than they should, and binaries that have been installed and not had their debugging information stripped out. fslint can help you find these troublesome files so you can clean up your filesystem.
 read more | score:6356 | -Ray, October 6, 2008
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