I am not familiar with linux system. Just google to solve the problem.
2. apt-get install ncdu
3. ncdu to see which directory has the large files.
4. Find one cache folder is over 11G. Desided to delete it.
5. rm -rf command is very slow
6.So I tried another one: apt-get install rsync
7.mkdir empty directory.
8.run the command. rsync -a --delete empty/ cache/
9. Done. Much quickier than rm. I get my free space back now:)
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