My USB stick space seems to be consumed by something. It's got a FAT32 partition and some mobile programs for windows 7 which amount to about 4 gigs. The total size of the stick is 64GB (Sandisk Cruzer). I nondistructively installed the F17 image using LiveUSB Creator and gave Fedora the entire rest of the stick.
The message I get after running F17 flawlessly and with Flash 11.something for a while is:
" Low Disk Space
This computer has only x-amount of disk space remaining.
Examine Ignore "
Enough ignores leads to the inability to launch anything even when my Disk Usage Analyser is reporting that I've only used 16.5 GB and have another 51.8 GB available!
The first couple of times it happened I uninstalled some needless programs and the warning disappeared. I don't know what else to uninstall. I checked the bugzilla database and couldn't quite find what I was looking for. I have a Lenovo B575 with an AMD 64-bit dual processor running win7, 4 gigs of RAM.
Is the official post-May 29 F17 release free of this problem?
Thank you to all you Linux Masters of the known universe.