Log in related issue due to disk space problem

I can not sign in to my laptop although my password is correct and after giving the password and pressing enter either screen is getting freeze or the cursor is turning into a cross sign and nothing happening further. For last few days I am trying hard to sign in but getting failed and a few times I got a message that The home folder has 0 MB space remained so I can't log in ! now please help me to log in. Thank you in advance.

Affordable-Laptop 04-08-20, 4:30 a.m. ABose
You can switch to console by simultaneously pressing control+alt+F1 keys. Once in the console, login with your credentials. Create at least 400MB disk space in your home by removing few files. You can try the following once you login:
1) du -sh * 2) Identify the large files, say, in Downloads you have ubuntu.iso, then
  • cd Downloads/
  • rm -ri ubuntu.iso
3) Repeat the above until you retrieve enough free space Now, restart the laptop and login through KDE
04-08-20, 10:18 a.m. Srikant

First of all, I think that we should try to delete unnecessary files or files that are not used anymore. Second of all, we should save important files into USB flash drives and also use cloud storage like Dropbox or Google Drive instead of saving them into hard disk drives because it is more secure and efficient than saving them into hard disk drives. Click this https://www.bmarie.org/blog/2020/1/youn-creighton-2018-lincoln-city-or site for the best ideas. This may not be a very good idea because it will cost you more money and time.
13-10-22, 7:05 p.m. Darrel45

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