Yes, the second drive is a 140 GB NTFS drive with nothing on it. I had just formatted it before because it had kept me from being able to even get into the installation process. It was the "C" drive from a previous system that I had used for auxiliary storage. After I got the not enough disk space error again I brought up a Konsole and issued the command fdisk -l. I came up with devices sda1, sda2, sda5, sda6, and sda7.
sda1 contained 472,455,553 blocks and was the NTFS partition.
sda2 contained 15,928,447 blocks and it was simply labeled "extended".
sda5 contained 8,297,541 blocks and was labeled "Linux".
sda6 contained 923,786 blocks and was labeled "Linux Swap/Solaris"
sda7 contained 6,707,106 blocks and was labeled "Linux"
The auxiliary drive was not modified.
Something does not add up, here. According to the output a block is 512 bytes. It would make better sense if a block were 1 megabyte instead.
Can you help me with these mysteries? I am stumped.