I'm running Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, and I've noticed that my hard disk space is steadily going down. I've been checking it about once a week, and I've noticed a couple of gigs go down per check. I'm not installing anything, so I'm wondering as to why it keeps going down.
I've noticed an earlier post about the xsession file, and have run that command
> ~/.xsession-errors and
> ~/.xsession-errors.old. This didn't do much, if anything, to lower space. I thought that google chrome might be the culprit, because I have to launch it in the terminal, and I often get errors from it in the terminal.
Anyway, I was wondering as to what might be causing this, and if there was any command/program I could use to track or otherwise find out what's using my disk space up. I only have an 80 Gig hard disk, and 45 gigs are being used right now. So, any help would be appreciated!