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Nope, turns out that gives disk usage on a per file basis, not for an entire partition. :(

There's a program I'm looking for - can't remember its name - but it gives the size of each partition, along with the amount of available space per partition ... all in a tabular format. Sorta like free only for hdd instead of RAM.

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RH 7.3 .... I haven't checked anywhere yet. Just wanted to check my available free space to make sure I wasn't running out and decided to post first.

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Ok, here it is man this

man df

then use whatever switch you want like -k ect...

df -k

In a terminal and not a run box ofcourse.

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Even better is

df -Th

cuz it tells you the filesytem format as well (i.e. ext3)

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try free or openBDS the installs are 10 minutes max
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Ok, whatever switch gets your jollies off.
*edit* It was me that rated your post,I just forgot to sign it

Sincerely Big "B"

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