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How to completely delete a tiny image from sdcard?
i got a image of a letter into my sdcard (I don’t have any app running). When i browse the folder i cannot see it. Maybe because the sdcard is not fully free (I don’t know how to completely free the space).
Is there a way to rename/delete the image file?
I’m running Ubuntu 16.10
I tried to sudo echo -n 4 -d /dev/sda2 > /proc/sys/vm/drop_caches but nothing happened.
This answer is on Ubuntu 16.10, not 18.04 LTS
Naming files to refer to them in /proc/sys/vm/drop_caches
First, find the filename, e.g. with:
sudo ls -l /dev/sda2 | grep image
-rw-r–r– 1 root root 4126 Jan 9 21:50 image
Check that nothing else has this filename.
Next, to drop the cache, use:
sudo echo -n 4 -d /dev/sda2 > /proc/sys/vm/drop_caches
Note: the -d commandline option means “do it non-destructively”… it will overwrite the original file, preserving the directory structure
This will drop the cache by first moving the file to another location, 4, before overwriting the original.
If you had a program open to write the file, that would be lost. With an SSD, that’s unlikely to happen, but if you’re concerned, you should verify no programs are open to write to the file, or to the filesystem being used to store files.
Alternatively, if you had a program open to read the file, it might not be harmed.
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