I’m in a pickle here. macOS Mojave, just updated the other day. I managed to fill my disk up while creating a .dmg, and the system froze. I rebooted. Kernel panic.
Boot to Recovery mode. Mount the disk. Open Terminal.
–bash–3.2# rm /path/to/large/file
rm: /path/to/large/file: No space left on device
Essentially the same issue as this Unix thread from ‘08! https://www.unix.com/linux/69889-unable-remove-file-using-rm-disk-space-full.html
echo x > /path/to/large/file, no good.
It’s borked. Does anyone have any suggestions that aren’t “wipe the drive and restore from your backup”?