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    Free space in GB with df command

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    If I use the df -k command in a terminal windows it gives me free disk space in terms of kb. but how do I get it terms of GB? I know that 1024 mb= 1gb. Any special command for getting it gb? Thanks.

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    # df -h
    for human readable, M if in mega byte, G if in giga byte.
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    Quote Originally Posted by redhead View Post
    # df -h
    for human readable, M if in mega byte, G if in giga byte.
    Thanks a lot mate..............

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