Earlier today, I made a home partition but accidentally labeled it "Home" instead of "home". And I was following this tutorial on how to transfer files from the old home folder to the new partition.
However, I accidentally used this command:
sudo rsync -aXS --progress --exclude='/*/.gvfs' /home/. /media/home/.
Instead of this one:
sudo rsync -aXS --progress --exclude='/*/.gvfs' /home/. /media/Home/.
And now, I don't have space on the filesystem root partition and I have an undeleteable folder in /media (actually two from another mistake).
This is the error message:
rsync: write failed on "/media/home/oussema/Videos/Course": No space left on device (28) rsync error: error in file IO (code 11) at receiver.c(393) [receiver=3.1.2]
I can't make screenshots now to show the state of folders but I think it's clear.