I suggest you ...

https://linuxonandroid.uservoice.com/knowledgebase/articles/74683-how-to-i-give-linux-more-space-

If you reboot your phone, and then go to terminal, you can resize your "ubuntu.img" before you boot it, making more/less space available for Ubuntu:

su <press return>
cd /sdcard/ubuntu <press return>
e2fsck -fp ubuntu.img <press return>
resize2fs ubuntu.img 3500M <press return>
e2fsck -fp ubuntu.img <press return>

... is what I did. Step 1 does a filesystem check (forced) and the "p" option means "prune", whereby it fixes filesystem errors. The next step resizes my "ubuntu.img" to 3.5Gb (3,500Mb) and the final step does a filesystem check, once more.

(from http://www.modaco.com/topic/320997-how-to-run-a-full-ubuntu-desktop-on-your-san-francisco-tested-verified-personally/)

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      • FrancescoMMFrancescoMM commented  · 

        Hello, on my Samsung Galaxy S III with Busybox, there is no resize2fs command

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