So I'm journeying over to the red side from Linux. I initially got FreeBSD and made a bootable USB however I was unable to install any desktop enviroment due to some form of error. So instead I got PCBSD which comes with several envrioments pre-installed. Since it's the live USB version it comes with out the collection of ports that I need I will have to fetch them.
I tried doing such with portsnap fetchp however was greeted with a 'No space left on device' message. Only 7MB of space is eligible for me to use. My external drive (laptop drive with external drive kit) has the PcBSD partition at 4GB and the remaining 23GB has free space. The df command output is
Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Avail Capacity Mounted on
/dev/ufs/ROOTFS 27132 26588 -1624 107% /
devfs 1 1 0 100% /dev
/dev/md6 100380 188 92164 0% /tmp
/dev/md2 2003484 1830184 13024 99% /uzip
/dev/md1.uzip 26048932 5293156 18671864 22% /mntuzip
/dev/md5 1852 8 1696 0% /usr
/dev/md8 128540 1600 116660 1% /liveroot
/dev/da2s1a 3816164 2153616 1357256 61% /media/PCBSDUSBLIVE
How do I make more room available so I can download the entire ports collection?