I had Ubuntu installed as the main OS when I started with linux a few months ago. Overtime, I completely switched to Manjaro.
The boot options still has Ubuntu in the list .
I don’t know if it’s a problem, but:
My harddisk size is 500 GB. The filesystem says: 416 GiB free of 453 GiB
The files I keep on my disk are no more than 1GB. And Manjaro (acc. Google) takes around 20-30 GB .
What’s going on with the rest of the space?
My system lags a lot. It worked super smooth with Mint Cinnamon, but it lags real bad now.
If these are any help:
> [zen@zen-loves-none ~]$ df > df: /run/user/1000/doc: Operation not permitted > Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on > dev 886M 0 886M 0% /dev > run 895M 1.2M 894M 1% /run > /dev/sda2 454G 14G 417G 4% / > tmpfs 895M 58M 838M 7% /dev/shm > tmpfs 895M 0 895M 0% /sys/fs/cgroup > tmpfs 895M 46M 850M 6% /tmp > /dev/sda1 300M 280K 300M 1% /boot/efi > tmpfs 179M 28K 179M 1% /run/user/1000