This is my first post so a bit of background first - skip if you want
I've built a web-based coding dojo server which supports about 10 different languages.
It's free, no adverts, no login, instead it asks for donations to raise money to buy Raspberry Pi computers for schools. It's backed by Turnkey Rails. Turnkey is awesome. So far it's early days compared to what I'd like to do but I've more or cobbled stuff together and it seems to work and I'm starting to get some £ in and have already given a few Pi'es to local schools.
I'm pretty green at linux and admin etc. I've hit a problem that I'm running out of inodes. For example (after reclaiming some disk space on /dev/sda1 where I'm running out)
So I was hoping I could "move" some of the space on /dev/sda2 to /dev/sda1
I've done a bit of searching and found this
which looks promising. However, ssh'ing onto my cyber-dojo server and running
both report nothing. They don't say command not found. They just report nothing. Is this route an option for me? If so how do I do it?
It turns out that cyber-dojo gobbles disk inodes at a single particular sub-folder. I was wondering whether a simple ln to point that sub-folder to /mnt and so be on dev/sda2 might be a simpler solution? Would that work?
Also, when I go to
and I click the web-management and web-shell icons on the top right, they both say
This page is not available. How do I get them working?