I have 13.4Gb hdd space for my Ubuntu partition, and the only software that I use is Thunderbird, Firefox, and Play On Linux with MS Office 2010 (.playonlinux uses 2.6Gb). I can't use UbuntuOne because of the limited space I have left (currently only 400mb is used).
I don't store any files on my Ubuntu partition, but only from updating the OS I got down to only 87mb free space, 'megabites', not gigabites. I've run Bleachbit a few times in the last few months and it can only recover about 250mb each time. I've run Disk Usage Analyser, and it says that 4gb is used in home/.encryptfs/myname/.Private Really, I do not store any files on the computer itself, but make them available to both OSs on an external hard drive and usb memory sticks. I'm currently running 12.04 LTS (64bit), and currently I wouldn't be able to upgrade to 14.04 LTS with only this tiny bit of space left. How do I fix this?