gvfs is a gnome technology and its used to abstract various protocols to give them a consistent look and access to gnome applications.Now being able to enter .gvfs folder in your home directory is expect for reasons i can not currently remember.
Your disk usage does not add up.
The only reason i can think of is that you have data on your hard drive and you cant access them because you have used the folders they reside in to mount file systems from other partitions.
Try to unmount "/mnt" and "/media" and re run the command again.You may also need to boot from the live cd to unmount "/home" and then run the command on the drive.
Could there be a discrepancy between the size of the root partition and the filesystem on it? (Some years ago it happened to me that a Windows partitioner created a filesystem that was larger
than the partition holding it, so I suppose the opposite should also be possible.)spottyrover
What does "fdisk -l" run as root tell you?
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