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The log file gets bigger and bigger as it keeps appending to itself some recurring problem. First, identify the log file in the directory .cache that is growing in size using baobab (Disk Usage Analyzer), then open the log file using gedit and try to identify what is causing the problem. In my case it was one of the Startup Applications that was looking for ...
You should try to remove the old kernels, i.e. the packages named linux-image-xxxxx-generic, where xxxxx is any old version that you are not using. In order to see which version you're using you can run: uname -a
Another way! Right click on computer in Nautilus (file explorer) and click properties. It displays how much free and used space is on your hard drive.
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