• Hi ,
    I installed my Alix with the 4g image, but now I run out of space when I try to load the clamAv data, the disk is 16G,
    is a mSata HD, how can I change the size ??

    This is from df command :

    Filesystem        1K-blocks  Used  Avail Capacity  Mounted on
    /dev/ufs/pfsense1  1890014 424738 1314075    24%    /
    devfs                    1      1      0  100%    /dev
    /dev/ufs/cf          50527  3371  43114    7%    /cf
    /dev/md0              39196  1112  34952    3%    /tmp
    /dev/md1              59036  20612  33704    38%    /var
    devfs                    1      1      0  100%    /var/dhcpd/dev


  • Banned

    Why are you running nano from mSATA in the first place? Are you really talking about Alix here? (No, APU is not Alix). Running ClamAV on 256MB of RAM is sheer madness.

  • yes is Alix APU 4g ram

  • Banned

    Once again. Alix != APU. Do a normal install, not embedded.

  • I dd the CF 4g I had in the old Alix :)
    Don't know how to do a normal install on the APU :(
    I try to start from an external usb but I was not able to see any info on the serial connection, so I upgraded the old installation using the web interface and all was OK ( 1.2 up to 2.2 ).

  • Banned


    Don't know how to do a normal install on the APU :(

    Use the memstick serial amd64 image.

  • OK thanks,
    I will try :)

  • Did you know…

    Linux Mint has a usb stick formater and image writer pre-installed?

    I hate fussing with windows tools.

  • Netgate Administrator

    I didn't and I'm using it right now.  ;)

    Did you know that the Linux Mint ISO can be written straight to a USB stick and booted without the need for any sort of tool. Which surprised me.


  • Yeah - But I have one of my SSDs with a USB3 interface plugged into it so I tend to just full install on that an make it bootable.

    I think its a nice tool, either way.

  • Thanks,
    good suggestion ;)

  • OK all done.
    Installed a fresh copy on the mSata , now I'm working on restoring all the setting.
    Thanks to all.