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    0 byte left on device


    I have a big problem that i cant get fixed by myself.
    Something is eating my up my diskspace.

    I have deleted some apps and empty the trashcan but every time i start up i get a messege saying 0 byte left on device. I dont get a gui when i start up but i can login via remote desktop and that swhere i see the messege.

    I run ncdu and i only use 565,7mb.

    I´m running 12.04 on an 60Gb ssd disk.

    I have no idea of what to do so any help would be great.

    I have found the folder thats eating my space. Its the /var/log/upstart
    Its 32gb.

    I have now found the file. Its the lightdm.log file. 31.6Gb
    How can i fix this?

    The error messege is this: (gnome-settings-deamon:6270): libappindicator-CRITICAL **: appindicator_set_label: assertion `IS_APP_INDICATOR (self)´ failed
    Last edited by MacOsX74; December 7th, 2012 at 10:39 PM.


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