ok. so heres the story. once, i had windows 7. i hated it, so i borrowed a drive and got ubuntu 13.04. later i found out about the 13.10 alpha saucy salamander update and i got that too. after a week i got bored and installed fedora. it crashed soon. so i borrowed a drive again and go ubuntu. after a month i had only 3 GB left of my 60 GB. This was the bad part. i was stupid enough to actually get MeeGo. then, i found out i can't get wifi. then i borrowed a drive again, and tried to install ubuntu. just as usual, i pressed f12 and it allowed me to chose the drive. then it booted up like normal and then i was asked to try or install ubuntu. i clicked install ubuntu. then i had to chose whether to replace MeeGo with ubuntu or somthing else. i replaced meego. .it said '0 MB of disk space left'. it stopped in the middle of installation. now i'm stuck with no OS. when i try to install ubuntu, the same bloody '0 MB of disk space left' pops up and stops in the middle of the download. I have no experience in this area. do i need to do something with a partition? plz help me before tommorow. it is a work day!!!!!!!! Have thinkpad lenovo x201. help me get ubuntu!!!!!!
The no splace left suggests a partitioning isue. It is possible that the meego install or some of the previous Distro installs have partitioned the drive into small segments. Solution