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BQ Aquaris M10 FHD Ubuntu Edition: How do I see the size of external storage (ie. a micro SD card)?


I have had a look in the File browser app and the External Drives app, long-pressing various items in both apps, and looking for any "menu" items in both of these apps, but I haven't found how to see the size of the card.

In Ubuntu 16.04 (on my desktop computer), for example, I can start the Disks utility (actually an application called gnome-disks, and not gnome-disk-utility as shown in the screenshot below) and see total size and % used for each storage unit (SSD, HDD, and external drives).
I can also see a drive's total space and free space from within Files (actually nautilus).How do I do it on this tablet? Greg Flint

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