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List disk space usage on Ubuntu

Simply open a new Terminal window and type in this command

df -Th

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  • Published 09/11/06

Comments (3)

  1. Mohan

    Or you can use the bundled Disk Usage Analyzer.

  2. AAS


  3. $Joe

    The above gives you the details of your disk space with the file type.
    You can also use {df -h} just to know the basic details of your disk space usage.

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