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    Question Out of Diskspace

    I recently installed Kubuntu in Ubuntu Desktop Environment. I've checked the diskspace left for System, it shows that I have 1.3 GB left. But after I restart and boot into Kubuntu, the system gave me the message something like this: My login session are not longer than 10 seconds, this might caused by some installation error or out of diskspace.

    What should I do? I can't login into all the sessions and don't know what to do with the terminal (I don't know about linux commands...).

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    Re: Out of Diskspace

    You cannot login into any session? Or can you log into ubuntu and not kubuntu?

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    Re: Out of Diskspace

    press Alt+F2, try to login in the console and type
    sudo aptitude clean
    sudo aptitude autoclean
    That should give you enough space to login on next reboot.
    You can reboot with this command.
    sudo shutdown -r now
    Last edited by ecology2007; June 10th, 2007 at 08:01 PM.

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    Re: Out of Diskspace

    Quote Originally Posted by kevinmedina View Post
    You cannot login into any session? Or can you log into ubuntu and not kubuntu?
    I can't login into any session except the terminal.

    Quote Originally Posted by ecology2007 View Post
    press Alt+F2, try to login in the console and type


    That should give you enough space to login on next reboot.
    You can reboot with this command.
    Thank you very much for your valuable reply.

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