Joined: Oct. 2003
||Posted: Sep. 12 2005,16:49
It may sound crude, but one quick way to solve the problem is to delete the image.
Then you suddenly have a ~50MB embedded system instead of a ~128MB system.
There are more sophisticated ways to save space, but this one is easy and can be performed by novice users without even booting into linux or formatting a new loop filesystem.
Perhaps a "make a new image file" script would be nice for someone who can boot into native DSL.
The script would create a new hard disk image file, format it, and then copy the backup.tar.gz file (or any other files) from the old image file into the new one.
Then rename the new image file and you are good to go.