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Nov
21
comment The volume “filesystem root” has only 0 bytes disk space remaining?
@zanfur: Thanks for help. Updated question accordingly.
Nov
21
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Nov
20
comment The volume “filesystem root” has only 0 bytes disk space remaining?
@RolandTaylor: Thanks - clear now!
Nov
20
comment The volume “filesystem root” has only 0 bytes disk space remaining?
@user15533: For the sake of next installation: I accepted defaults when installing. What would be reasonable size for root to prevent such situations?
Nov
20
revised The volume “filesystem root” has only 0 bytes disk space remaining?
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Nov
20
comment The volume “filesystem root” has only 0 bytes disk space remaining?
@maniat1k: Thanks. Updated question with fdisk -l output.
Nov
20
comment The volume “filesystem root” has only 0 bytes disk space remaining?
@RolandTaylor: e2fsck tells me WARNING!!! The filesystem is mounted. If you continue you ***WILL*** cause ***SEVERE*** filesystem damage. How can I do it without causing problems? As for partitions: I did a fresh installation on clean HD, using all space and accepting Ubuntu defaults. I do not have other OS on my laptop. I presume partition would be /dev/sda?
Nov
20
comment The volume “filesystem root” has only 0 bytes disk space remaining?
@SarveshLad: Thanks. Is there any way to check/control that?
Nov
19
comment The volume “filesystem root” has only 0 bytes disk space remaining?
@RolandTaylor: Thanks. Haven't done that. On which device should I run e2fsck?
Nov
19
comment The volume “filesystem root” has only 0 bytes disk space remaining?
@EliahKagan: Thanks. I removed biggest files from my home now. Pre-crash state of the drive was very close to image posted in my other question.
Nov
19
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Nov
1
comment How to create an encrypted partition?
Thanks - useful things to know!
Oct
30
comment The volume “filesystem root” has only 0 bytes disk space remaining?
@UriHerrera: There were definitely GBs of free space before odd behavior started. And after that I wasn't able to run anything constructive and had to reboot :/ I doubt if I manage to fill them so quickly.
Oct
30
asked The volume “filesystem root” has only 0 bytes disk space remaining?
Oct
29
comment How can I update pgadmin3 to v1.14?
yup - working fine for me too :]
Oct
25
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Oct
25
comment How can I update pgadmin3 to v1.14?
I'm having exactly the same problem. PPA you are linking to provides beta-1 version only now. Could you please comment on stability/usability of this version?
Oct
22
comment Installing Ubuntu to and running from an external HD without Live CD
This guide might be helpful.
Oct
22
answered Will I be able to install Full-Disk Encryption with the Live CD installer?
Oct
21
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