> My previous post had a link to where I have Cleanapt
> available on the
> web, but I will repost it here to make sure that
> people get it. It is
> not packaged as a .deb file.
> From the main page, take the 'Misc' link, scroll to
> the bottom and
> click on 'Cleanapt.' It is posted as a text file so
> that you can view
> it online. Simply save the file to your computer
> and change or remove
> the extension. You will need to modify the
> permissions to make it
> executable. The program needs to be run as root to
> actually clean up
> the archives. I run it with sudo. It will run and
> display the opening
> statistics as a normal user, however.
> Marc Shapiro
yes thank you, i saw that you had posted the link not
long after i asked, sorry about that, i go out of town
for work and when i do a couple of days of mail build
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