Hi I am running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS on my Dell Inspiron 15r (dual booting with Windows 8). During installation, I had set aside 6GB for my root folder, 8GB for swap and about 20+ GB (don't remember exact figure) for my Home folder which ic currently largely empty. Recently, I have been receiving consistent system alerts stating that I am running out of disk memory for installing further system updates. How is this possible? Are my updates being installed in my "root" instead of "home". How can I fix this? Thanks in advance :)
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