USB pen drive Ubuntu shows low graphics mode after many hundred resets
I am having trouble with /cow becoming 100% utilized and my system to then display "The system is running in low-graphics mode". I have had this happen on multiple 8GB USB drives that I run with about 1-2GB of persistence memory. (To "fix" it I just reformat and put a clean version of UBUNTU back on because I only have a few scripts I am trying to run) I run a lot of reset tests and need the system to last more than the roughly 2000 resets it does. It seems that the resets are making the system use up more and more /cow space.
I was wondering how I can clean up /cow to get back more space on it or if there are other ideas I am open to suggestions?
BTW, this is on 12.04.1
Last edited by dolfan1284; October 16th, 2012 at 02:39 AM.
Reason: Forgot version of Ubuntu