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gnivasch
Hi,

I want to check how much disk space I can use in my Linux account. But when I type "quota", nothing gets printed out.

What does that mean? Does it mean I have no disk space limit?

Thanks,
Gabriel
gnivasch
Nobody knows the answer to my question?

Gabriel
DS2K3
Run "man quota" to get the documentation for it. it may be that you are using it incorrectly. Be aware that not all filesystems support quotes, and unless you are using a network inside a company or other organisation, it is very very unlikely that you have adisk quota, simply because most people dont have them on desktop PCs...

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