Why does the
/usr/bin/x11 folder hold another
x11 folder and when you open that
x11 you get another
x11 and then another and another?
I did it about 6 times and got frustrated so I have no idea how deep this goes but
- What is the purpose (or is it a glitch?)?
- Is this eating disk space more than it should? (I was going to delete one or more but thought I better ask first )
I can see no reason why this should be happening at all.