[ubuntu-in] drive mounting but space running out
ramnarayan.k at gmail.com
Mon Aug 10 17:27:13 BST 2009
boot with a live cd of Ubuntu and use the partition manager to move
more space to your root partition.
system ->administration -> partition manger
Make sure you back up your data before doing this.
As long as you do not delete any partition you should be ok and not
get any errors
I have been using this method over the last few days to get more space
in my /home and it worked really well
On 8/8/09, Mallikarjun <mallik.v.arjun at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Aug 8, 2009 at 10:48 PM, ranjan das gupta
> <ranjan.nhce at gmail.com>wrote:
>> hi.i use ubuntu 8.10..i have very less space left on my root drive(200 mb
>> appox) but i have lot of space on my other media drive eg. hda6 (more than
>> gb) but when i am downloading a file from net and storing it in my
>> hda6....the space 200 mb is getting deducted and though all drives are
>> mounting properly /media free space is not being considered(it is
>> ntfs).After arnd 200mb of download it is givin 0 mb left and says it
>> download as no space is left.Though files aere gettting saved in
>> i am not able to download more
>> than 200 mb.Why?????Any solution????
> It depends on the way you download, say if you download using browser it
> will take /tmp to temp storage. If you use Transmission it will download
> directly where you want say /media/hda6 in your case
> You can use dd command to transfer entire file system to another file
> system with more space, but don't forget to update the grub, I cannot assure
> this method for sure.
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