Using 11.10 for the record. It would be easiest to do it on the Terminal.
You can do it as follows:
This shows that the Wubi virtual disk is mounted as
It also shows that the Windows
What to do if you're short on space
1. Clean up cache
2. Use the disk usage analyzer
From a command line run:
Make sure you go to
3. Remove old kernels There are various ways to do this. Just make sure you keep the two most recent working kernels. Each kernel can free up about 190MB.
Here's one method to do this (via Kees Cook):
That's probably better in a script, but if you enter each line, it does the trick. You can use
4. Resize a Wubi install You can do an in-place resize of the virtual disk Wubi uses or make a new, larger disk. The former must be run from a live CD and is quickest, but the latter can be done from a running Wubi install.
5. Migrate a Wubi install See how-to-convert-wubi-install-into-regular-install