(Solved) Timeshift fills up system partition

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(Solved) Timeshift fills up system partition

Post by otadmin » Sun Aug 12, 2018 10:15 pm

On a fresh install of Linux Mint 19 I created 4 partitions sda1 = efi, sda2 = system, sda3 = home, sda4 = swap. Timeshift filled up the system partition and it then refused to let me log in. Solved by booting from USB-stick and creating space. Then setting timeshift location to sda3 /home where there is sufficient space.

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