I installed Ubuntu on an old laptop, alongside WinXP. Now I'm trying to download some updates and it says that I don't have enough free disk space - I need to free some more space on "/".
Since there's plenty of room on the machine, I suppose it means that not enough space is allocated for the Ubuntu partition itself, right? How can I solve this?
I'm a Windows guy who hasn't so much as seen a Linux desktop up until about an hour ago.
Apparently it's installed in the same partition as Windows. At least, I don't remember it asking me about space allocation during installation, and when I log into Windows I can see that the disk only has one partition. I do remember it saying something about reduced disk performance if I chose a specific option - and that's the one I chose :).