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Hello, This is a very simple question. In windows there's a nice GUI volume control/mixer and it's easy to find out how much of your hard disk has been used. ...
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    Volume Control & HDD Usage


    Hello,

    This is a very simple question.

    In windows there's a nice GUI volume control/mixer and it's easy to find out how much of your hard disk has been used.

    I've been looking for them for a month now but haven't had any luck finding them.
    Anyone like to give me a kick in the right direction?

    ottb

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    volume control.. you can use "gmix" iirc
    for disk usage, there is a command line program "df". run with "df -h" for "human readable" output.

    Jason

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    And for a graphical disk usage representation, http://xdiskusage.sourceforge.net/
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