Brian Jordan <brian...@gmail.com
> On Monday, 10 January 2022 at 11:51:24 UTC, Doug Webb wrote:
> > In message <f526982c-72c1-4c47...@googlegroups.com
> Brian Jordan
> > <brian...@gmail.com
> > > The download hung with a 'no more disk space' error and Iris
> > > absented itself from the icon bar. Attempts to use other software
> > > gave disc space warnings so I shut the computer down. Now the
> > > computer hangs in the early stages of booting with the message
> > > 'SDFS::RISCOSpi.$.!Boot.Resources.!Scrap not found (Error number
> > > &D6), I am somewhat at a loss as to what to do. I don't have
> > > access to !Pluto and my windows Thunderbird only looks at my BT
> > > Internet address so I ask again that if you have any thoughts
> > > please post them there.
> > Sounds like the download exhausted your available disc space.
> > Try either repeatably hitting the escape key or holding the shift key
> > on booting to bypass the boot sequence and then see if you get a
> > minimal desktop or at a * prompt type desktop.
> > Once in to the desktop check the disc space available and look in
> > particular in !Scrap and delete the IRIS folder in
> > !Boot.Resources.!Scrap.Scrapdirs.ScrapDir.WWW
!ScrapClean or something similar which does the job for you. It's a bit
fierce so you have to be careful. Not sure if it's 32 bit compatible.