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I am installing Ubuntu for the first time. I have partitioned my hard drive into 40GB and 360 GB. After installing Ubuntu there's only 40GB. Where is the 360GB?

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    Your other 360GB probably is unallocated (AKA unformatted). You need to create a filesystem (eg ext4) in the unallocated space to use it.
    – user371765
    May 14, 2015 at 5:22
  • You say you "have partitioned my hard drive into 40GB and 360 GB," but it's unclear what that means -- you might have a 40GB partition and 360GB of free space, a 40GB partition on which you've installed Ubuntu and a 360GB partition with no filesystem, a 40GB partition and a 360GB partition with a filesystem that's not mounted, or something else. Posting the output of sudo parted -l and df -h should clarify your current state. (Edit your question to add this information, and place four spaces at the start of each line of program output to preserve its formatting.)
    – Rod Smith
    May 14, 2015 at 15:27

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You can use fdisk -l to see your partitions. If you wish to use partitions not allocated in setup, you have to allocate them and create a filesystem.(mkfs.ext4 /dev/sdx#)

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