So, I pretty much exclusively use Ubuntu One for Deja-Dup. I have 3 computers hooked into this system, but one of them I don't use anymore. And now my 5GB of storage has been filled up. I can't afford to buy more right now. I tried unlinking the deja-dup/cr-48 folder, (yes, that unused computer is a Cr-48) but that didn't free up any storage. How do I free up storage so that I can keep making backups?
1) Go to https://one.ubuntu.com/
3) Go to Files and Folders
4) Look for ~/dejadup/Cr-48
5) Delete this folder.
This is how it looks like:
And you will have to delete the files (just stop syncing will not free up space):