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I found this issue as H/W issue, You can refer to this artical, it may be helpful : Fix : External USB Hard Disk drive not detecting / not working properly problem in Windows 8 , 7 , Vista & XPThis article has very good description resolving this issue. I am also facing such problem with my Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex and Slimbook both using it with Lappy, ...


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This is not an answer, but some tips on how to identify the source of the problem. To find what is taking the space, you can do the following: First, get a listing of the occupied space of the root folders with sudo du -h -d 1 --exclude=/proc --exclude=/run /. This will give you some output like the following: 309M /opt 3,8G /var 512K /root ...


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I would say that the equivalent of C:\Program Files is /usr, which you can mount on a separate partition. Just make another ext4 partition of a reasonable size during installation and mark it for mounting on /usr. Doing this post-install can be done, if you move everything to the new partition before mounting. This can be done for most folders under /, ...


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Create a folder on your HDD e.g. "my_games". Then copy all the contents from /home/YOURUSERNAME/.local/share/Steam to "my_games" on your HDD. Then open Steam: >> Settings >> Downloads >> Content Libraries Click on ADD LIBRARY FOLDER and select "my_games" (your HDD is mounted / found inside the /media folder(!)) on your HDD. Then select ...


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That would be hard to do. Error-prone. You need to be a pro to do it. Better find some other way to free space. BTW, my Ubuntu lives on 40GB and has tons of apps - what did you fill it with? Steam games? They should go to HDD. Mount your HDD to some folder like /mnt/games and move games there. I will not give instructions because you need to know mounting to ...



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