This short tutorial will show you how to remove empty folders from your hard disk automatically. Other than manually searching for empty folders, you may use the Empty Folder Remover 1.2, a free application that helps you cleaning up your hard disk by remove or deleting empty folders automatically. See my tutorial below to remove [...]
Below are the instructions that I need to carry out:
1. Navigate to the Symantec AntiVirus virus definitions directory (default location is: `/opt/Symantec/virusdefs`) in the terminal.
2. Remove any `*.tmp` or `temp` files or folders.
3. Remove any numbered folders.
4. Ensure that the 3 remaining folders are empty.
I'm going crazy. I have nearly 3000 mails in my Evolution trash which are 'stuck' there. I've been trying various solutions for hours - deleting files with various extensions, deleting folders.db, renaming folders.db, removing Evolution completely and then restoring it from a backup... Nothing helps.
I can see my Buffalo Link Station's root folders using File Manager HD to browse the local network on my Nexus 7 (Android 4.2.2), but when I open any of those folders I see a '(directory is empty)' message. Using the same file browser on my phone running Android 4.1.2, I can access all the folder contents without any problems.
Being that this is my first expierience with encryption, I'm not quite sure where to begin with this; however, I am suspecting some hard drive corruption is involved.
I have files on a 20gb Luks ext4 partition (sda6) that I created a while back. Shortly after I created this partition, previously active folders suddenly started coming up empty.