I started to receive "Low Disk Space" message on my Ubuntu Oneiric 11.04 few days ago. With GParted I see that my /dev/sda1 where is system is only 1,17 Gb! and this is obviously not enough. I have 3 more (needed) partitions with enough space and about 28 Gb of unalocated disk space on this phisical disk. Now I can't turn on terminal with root privileges "Failed to run /usr/bin/x-terminal-emulator as user root." anymore because linux is "Unable to copy the user's Xauthorization file".
Question is: Can I increase my /dev/sda1 by adding this unallocated space and how to do this? Preffered with GParted if possible. I try to do this by myself but unsuccessfuly. This partition is of ntfs type and here is also system files for windows booting what I choose with grub at startup.
I am not linux guru so please explanation on "simple way".
The output of
df -T is:
Filesystem Type 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on /dev/sda7 ext4 113036984 107296076 0 100% / udev devtmpfs 1987968 4 1987964 1% /dev tmpfs tmpfs 798356 1184 797172 1% /run none tmpfs 5120 0 5120 0% /run/lock none tmpfs 1995888 3736 1992152 1% /run/shm /dev/sda3 fuseblk 16383996 9103384 7280612 56% /media/sda3 /dev/sdc1 vfat 312492320 49250336 263241984 16% /media/usb0
Additionally, this thead is not duplicate of any other thread in ask ubuntu!
Sorry, I am new here and dont know with this forum yet!
I emptyed trash already! Then get some more access to my root... thank you!
But I see GParted LiveCD is for x86 machines. Forgot to say I use 64bit machine and OS. Is this OK for me?
Sure, I get useful and nice answers here and I will vote as soon I register. Someone put me here automatically from "stack-overflow" and I am forbidden to give votes unregistered. Sorry.