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I'm going to drop files to my boot partition. Which console command should I use to figure out how much space is free/total there?

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possible duplicate of How to get disk usage from command line? –  rusty Mar 25 at 16:03
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You can use the following command in the terminal:

df -h
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The below command will show you the used and available space,

 df -h
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And what is my boot partition, if I have one? –  Nickolai Leschov Mar 25 at 15:45
    
If you have a separate /boot partition then it will be displayed while running the above command.OR it won't. –  Avinash Raj Mar 25 at 15:47
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