I know that rm -rf / would remove my home dir, but I thought that if I backup my files, then remove everything, it might sort it out. Never mind then
-bash: /bin/mount: No such file or directory
tma@host:~$ echo $PATH
tma@host:~$ echo $0
As far as I know, home dirs aren't on remote server. When i write sth to /tmp or /var/tmp it also uses my quota.
Anyway, thank you very much for your help.
I'll be trying to contact the administrator again.