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my Ubuntu run out of free space when starting to do awk -f for trace files
how can I start working from my usb ? to have more space
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Use the UNetBootin tool to download a LiveUSB version of Ubuntu, then boot from the LiveUSB. The file manager should automatically see your hard drive - open that drive, and cleanup your files.
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