Provided by: unburden-home-dir_0.4.1.1_all bug


       unburden-home-dir - unburdens home directories from caches and trashes


       unburden-home-dir [ -n | -u | -f filter ]
       unburden-home-dir ( -h | --help | --version )


       unburden-home-dir  unburdens  the home directory from files and directory which cause high
       I/O or disk usage but are neither important  if  they  are  lost,  e.g.  caches  or  trash

       When  being  run  it  moves the files and directories given in the configuration file to a
       location outside the home directory, e.g. /tmp or /scratch, and puts appropriate  symbolic
       links in the home directory instead.


       -b     use the given string as basename instead of "unburden-home-dir".

       -c     read an additional configuration file.

       -C     read only the given configuration file

       -f     just  unburden  those  directory  matched  by  the  given  filter  (a  perl regular
              expression) - it matches the already unburdened directories if used  together  with

       -F     Do not check for files in use with lsof before (re)moving files.

       -l     read an additional list file

       -L     read only the given list file

       -n     dry run (show what would be done)

       -u     undo (reverse the functionality and put stuff back into the home directory)

       -h, --help
              show this help

              show the programĀ“s version


       Example  configuration files can be found at /usr/share/doc/unburden-home-dir/examples/ on
       Debian-based systems and in the etc/ directory of the source tar ball.


       /etc/unburden-home-dir,         /etc/unburden-home-dir.list,         ~/.unburden-home-dir,
       ~/.unburden-home-dir.list,                             ~/.config/unburden-home-dir/config,
       ~/.config/unburden-home-dir/list,                          /etc/default/unburden-home-dir,

       Read  the  documentation  at  either  /usr/share/doc/unburden-home-dir/html/  on debianoid
       installations,  at  online,  or  in  the  docs/
       directory in the source tar ball for an explanation of these files.


       corekeeper,  autotrash(1), agedu(1), bleachbit(1),
       mundus, computer-janitor(1), rmlint(1).

       Of, course, du(1) can help you to  find  potential  files  or  directories  to  handle  by
       unburden-home-dir,  but there are quite some du(1)-like tools out there which are way more
       comfortable,  e.g.   ncdu(1)   (text-mode),   baobab(1)   (GNOME),   filelight(1)   (KDE),
       xdiskusage(1)  (X  tool calling du(1) itself), or xdu(1) (X tool reading du(1) output from


       Unburden Home Dir is written and maintained by Axel Beckert


       Unburden Home Dir is available under the terms of the GNU  General  Public  License  (GPL)
       version 2 or any later version at your option.

                                            July 2018                        UNBURDEN-HOME-DIR(1)