Ubuntu is complaining that it's running out of space, and indeed,
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/loop0 17G 15G 462M 98% / /dev/sda2 385G 18G 368G 5% /host
So apparently I only have 17 gigs available on my ubuntu installation. When I run
gparted, I see a
/dev/sda2 and a
/dev/sda1 both well over 100G. My computer should have something like 600G available.
Is there any way I can add more disk space to
/dev/loop0, whatever that is? Please explain to me as if I were a child.
I also don't have an ubuntu CD .. I installed it with wubi. I'm hoping I can just do this straight from the OS, but I understand I may have to do it from the BIOS. I have read something like
Boot from the CD and use
That doesn't mean anything to me, so if that's what I need to do, please explain how to do that specifically.