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January 4, 2007

Check Disk Space Usage on Ubuntu

Filed under: Kubuntu, Ubuntu — tuxicity @ 11:14 pm

Computer disks have a finite capacity, and when they fill up it can lead to serious problems, including lost data and email. Actually it’s slightly more complicated than that; disks are divided into partitions, and the problems ensue when an important partition such as one containing user files fills up.

Here is the different types you can check your disk space in your ubuntu system

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