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Thread: Kali Linux - Hard Disk went from 1 TB to 24.5 GB

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    Kali Linux - Hard Disk went from 1 TB to 24.5 GB

    Hello Kali Linux Forum!

    I have a Problem with my Hard Disk in Kali Linux.
    I was normally using Kali Linux installed on my Hard Disk withouth dual boot & went to the gym after starting qbitorrent to download a torrent.
    When i went back to my Computer i saw a Notification stating "Your ./var is full" or something like that. I went checking for other disk space's and now my hard disk look's like this.Screenshot from 2017-08-21 12-21-15.jpg

    How can i give them more Disk Space? Because i have a 1TB hard disk and i have:

    Size: 25 GB 15 GB free (40.3% full)
    Device: /dev/d3f4ult-vg/root
    Contents: Ext4 (version 1.0) Mounted at Filesystem Root

    Size: 10.0 GB 17 MB free (99.8% full)
    Device: /dev/d3f4ult-vg/var
    Contents: Ext4 (version 1.0) Mounted at /var

    Size: 2.0 GB 1.9 GB free (3.6% full)
    Device: /dev/d3f4ult-vg/tmp
    Contents: Ext4 (version 1.0) Mounted at /tmp

    Size: 950 GB 871 GB free (8.3% full)
    Device: /dev/d3f4ult-vg/home
    Contents: Ext4 (version 1.0) Mounted at /home

    Necessary Detail's:

    Kali version (KDE/GNOME, Arhitecture)

    Kali GNU/Linux Rolling \n \l

    Kali installation (VM, HDD, USB)
    HDD

    I want to ask politely excuse to the Admin's if this is the wrong Section, i saw your Documentation but i didn't still knew where to post this problem! I hope someone can help me! Thank You.

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    You should be able to use gparted to allocate more disk by resizing the partitions.

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    That's why i prefer All files in one partition during kali-linux installation.

    Use gparted to extend space.

    Run sudo apt autoremove && sudo apt autoclean to gain some more space.

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