Hi Guys, I'm having to move a ******** of image files from DVDs to a UNIX server that I am having to connect to using SAMBA (it's what our IT department setup but I'm sure that NFS would have been more appropriate). Anyway, I'm copying the contents of DVDs to my hard disk before moving them using the UNIX mv command, mostly because this allows me to see when files have been moved successfully and to reclaim disk space. The problem is that I don't seem to get all the disk space back after a 4GB transfer until I reboot my PowerBook which seems to imply the temporary files are created as part of the movement process but aren't deleted until the reboot. Anyone got any ideas where these temporary files might be stored so that I can delete them myself when I am done since rebooting is something that I shouldn't need to do? Thanks.