How to Free Up Space on Ubuntu
The Tutorial Step-by-Step How to Find and Clean Up Manually from Garbage Your Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy Salamander i386/amd64 Desktop/Server.
The Process Make Use of an Amazing Command Line Tool for Unix-like Systems: NCurses Disk Usage.
After Execution this Tool will Show Up a Directory List Ordered by Disk Usage Size that will Make your Garbage Collection a Summer Breeze ;)
Open Terminal Window
(Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)
Or Login into Shell :)
Installing NCurses Disk Usage Tool
sudo apt-get install ncdu
NCurses Disk Usage Collection
You can also specify another Target Directory instead of root, but best to disconnect unworthy Disks before Collection…
After Navigate into Directories to Find Trashes
Move Up-Down by Arrow Key
Drill Up-Down by Enter Key (To Drill Up select the Top “../” Choice)
Take Note of the Garbages Directories Locations…
Instructions on Cleaning Up Space
- Be Sure that the Target is truly Garbage.
- Triple-Check your Command before Execution!
Deleting the Garbage
rm -rf /[path/2]/myGarbageDir/
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