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So you want to search the dash for either baobab or Disk Usage Analyser. This is already installed. You can either chose doughnut or box graph, click the buttons in the bottom right to switch. Doughnut: Grid: Hover over to view the size... (3GB here) ... and click on a folder to see what makes that up:


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You can also use the command line if you would rather. ls -h -l /path/to/folder or ls -sh -S /path/to/folder to show you it ordered by size. You can choose which folder in your file system to view, and view it in many different ways using this tool. /home is often a big one. There is more info available in the manual: man ls That command will show ...


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find /home/user -type f -mtime +108 -exec rm {} \; where for example, 108 taken as a number of days, so change it to whatever you need.


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df -a , -all -a or -all option include in the listing filesystems that have a size of 0 blocks, which are omitted by default. Such filesystems are typically special-purpose pseudo-filesystems, such as automounter entries. Also, filesystems of type "ignore" or "auto", supported by some operating systems, are only included if this option is specified.


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Try to use the Disk Usage Analyser app (installed in Ubuntu by default).



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