Did you know `ncdu`? I’m using this for years to find out where all my precious disk space is lost. Unlike other solutions it works in a terminal and this way even on remote servers… or gorram mobile phones always short on anything.

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      • @jasper filelight and baobab are graphical disk usage tools that require other libs installed on the system that are usually not installed on a remote server. Both are _huge_ (in comparison) and not really suited for remote filesystems. Both work, of course, and are suited for daily localhost business where you’ve got a desktop running anyway. Use whatever works for you, oc 🙂

      • Disk full. Place 5 in $HOME after a lot of cleanup of this sort – bunch of old save files I will totally never ever have us of again in my life.> 69,7 GiB [# ] /Master of Orion Some games have really no shame. Compression – such an alien concept.

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