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Old 12-09-2012, 09:40 PM   #1
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LXer: 5 ways to check your disk usage on Linux

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In the past Iíve wrote an article about the commands du and df that can respectively give you information about the Disk Usage and the Disk Free of your Linux computer.I personally use both of these commands a lot of times at work to check file system and/or directory, but I also understand that on a desktop with Linux you could use something more graphical to see the status of your partitions or directories, so today Iíll show you some programs that can achieve this goal: baobab, cdu, ncdu, JDiskReport and Filelight.



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