On Thursday, September 22, 2016 at 4:13:12 PM UTC-4, Michael Havens wrote:
> Okay, I just started a big pano with the custom temp directory set to 
> default and here is ls -l /tmp and ls -l in the directory where all of the 
> intermediate files are being put when I run out of disk space (like ya all 
> said the intermediate files go in the directory the images are in:
> a side note- I had to leave for work so I left it running figuring it 
> would just pause when I got the notice that disk space was low. I got home 
> and the panorama was complete. So it looks as if I found a bug that in my 
> case did not matter. Anyways here is the outputs of ls -l after I restart 
> stitching and wait for the low disk space error to occur I also did df for 
> the drives too:

Sorry, i thought my mouse froze after the large pano so I flipped off the 
computer but I was messing with the wrong mouse!  (I guess I'll take the 
dead mouse off of my desk) In any case do you need that information I was 
going to give you? And I run Mint 17.3 .

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