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From: "Nils Tobias " <nils.kraemer@uni-ulm.de>
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Subject: Re: free disk space on network drive
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Hello,

I have the same question but I dont think it was solved in this thread.

Of course the solution would work but I also just want to know if there is let's say 10GB free disk space. I guess there must be something like 'df' for linux that simply tells me in a string or integer how much is left. For me it's not important if I can store the exact number of bytes I just need to have a rough idea.

Any suggestions?

Thanks
NTK