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Old 04-29-2002, 02:47 PM   #1
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Unhappy How to see free disk space

I would like to know the command that allwos me to see the total free drive space on my hard drive. Im trying to put some rather big stuff on there and want to know how to check if its even possible. Thanx
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you can use the df command. Like if i wanted to look at first hard drive which would be /dev/hda.. i would do a:

df /dev/hda
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df -h

will show it in a human readable format
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kdf is a nice KDE frontend to df (if you re running kdf). df stands for disk free, BTW


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