Hello, I recently had to can a wubi based install of Ubuntu, one of the gnome based versions that just had support for it terminated this month. I decided that I was going to install Linux Mint 14 to replace it, so I dowloaded the 64 bit version of Linux Mint 14 Nadia , uninstalled Ubuntu from Windows, and then proceeded to install mint via mint4win. During the installation I allocated a 23gb size for the disk image. Once the Windows side of the installation completed, I rebooted and up came Mint. I was pleased, until I ran into a problem installing the updates, it seems that I had run out of disk space. I was perplexed by running out of disk space so quickly, so I fired up the terminal, ran "df -h /" and was shocked to discover that the total size of my hard drive was only about 4gb and I had something like 50 mb of remaining disk space. I happened to have another computer that I needed to do a Windows based install of Mint on, and again, same results. Both computers were 64 bit and both used the latest Linux Mint 14.1 Mate iso. Is this a bug? Is there some way to fix this? If anyone can help me with this I'd greatly appreciate it.