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I've partitioned my disk...
Un put /(4Gb) , /home (29GB), /var (5GB) , /usr(5GB) under different partitions and mounted as directory...
But if I view disk space available under /home (with MC) show 3,70/4 available...
yes - there's something wrong. is it an older pc? be sure that the disk is recognized right (look at dmesg output). C/H/S or LBA are important.
disk.com (put on a floppy) is a useful program to see if the bios is able to handle the disk correct.
maybe you should copy your data out of home (can you still access it?), unmount and reformat that partition. i use parted for such things but cfdisk or other work too.