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I try to install vim-enhanced using #yum install vim-enhanced I got an error like this insufficient space in download directory /var/cache/yum/updates/packages I found some answers to the this question but I did not understood because I'm very new to linux environment, I'm currently use Fedora 18, please can anyone help me to figure out this

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Do you have enough space...? df -h – Nathan C Jul 1 '14 at 15:21
I attached a like: please refer… – Roledenez Jul 1 '14 at 15:56

It seems like your rootfs (/) is at 100%! Try cleaning it up first, maybe try yum clean all.

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thank you, it works fine, I'm using vmbox with 8GB virtual heard drive but root directory content 4.1GB ? I cannot understand why, is there anyway to increase the virtual disk space in vmbox ?… – Roledenez Jul 1 '14 at 16:18
It'd probably easier to attach another storage and mount it separately (outside of root). Try use Google, search for: virtualbox add storage linux. – alexus Jul 1 '14 at 16:20
+1 That did it at first but when it came time to download the dependency it gave the same error. I deleted a huge zip file, all I am trying to do is install python26 – Neo Dec 12 '14 at 21:49

You're out of space. Free up some or get a bigger disk.

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