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If you're reinstalling anyway, you might want to just grab Ubuntu 14.04LTS. (or 15.04). /home contains the home directories for every user account on the system. It looks like you chose a different username when you reinstalled. From the ls output, I can tell /home/sougatapc has more subdirectories (higher link count), and is older (last mod time on the ...


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The command du will show you the disk space used by your files and directory. du -sh /home/* will show you the size of each subdirectory directly below the /home directory, afterwards depending on your preferences you might then: Either run the same command against one of these directories to manually step one level lower (for instance du -sh ...


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Your home folder contains two directories you own, /home/sougata and /home/sougatapc. The 182 GB you look for are these subdirectories plus possibly in an hidden one. To display hidden directories, use ls -la /home. On the other hand, unless you had a file system corruption and some files and directories were recovered with fsck, your lost+found directory ...



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