Sorry for the vague title, couldn't think of anything better.
I've bought a laptop about a month ago with Windows 10 pre-installed on it. Then I had decided to install elementaryOS alongside it. Since I didn't want to do it all on my own I followed the instructions here:
Within these instructions is a part where you're supposed to create three partitions: root, home and swap. Now, keep in mind that I've done this over a month ago and only now noticed the problem. The biggest partition of them is the home partition (as mentioned in the article) so out of the total of 100GB I gave around 70GB to the home partition.
When I check with
df -h I get this:
Now, about the gparted: The 931GB drive that it shows is an HDD that I use as a secondary (data) storage - has nothing to do with either elementary or Windows 10.
df, on the other hand does show the 69GB partition. So then I thought maybe nothing was wrong. But when I go to Files and hover over 'File System' (I couldn't take a screenshot of that, it disappears when I hit prntscr) it says '9.6GB/19.5 available'.
So where did the other 70GB go?
As I said, I did the installation a while ago and, even though I'm pretty sure I had followed the instructions correctly, who knows. Maybe I missed something.
Anyway, is there a way to fix this problem (give the 70GB partition to elementaryOS) or will I just have to reinstall? If reinstallation is the only solution, what is the best way to do it without screwing up the Windows partition?
Thanks in advance.