I'm using Ubuntu 12.04 on a Dell Latitude E4300 laptop. Also I'm a complete Noob on Ubuntu. Booting is without problems, and I can access the the login screen with a working graphical background.
But after entering the correct password I'm thrown back to the login screen. There is only a flashing Error shown for a timespan of <1 second. I can only read the first line before being thrown back to the login screen. It reads:
I can however access the Guest account. Upon doing so I get an error message that says:
There is 0 bytes of free space in the drive "home".
df -h confirms this error message:
Filesystem: dev/sda5 Size: 84G available: 80G free: 0 usage: 100% mounted in: /home Filesystem: home/veronika/.Private Size: 84G available: 80G free: 0 usage: 100% mounted in: /home/veronika
So, what I'm basically asking is advise on how to delete files from the home directory from the console.
What I did as of now to fix the problem:
⠀• Emptying the Trash
⠀• Using BleachBit (failed)
⠀• Removing .Xauthority
⠀• Reinstalling Nvidia driver
None of these measures had any success.
I'd be really grateful for any kind of help.