I had just under 2GB available on my 64GB card before the update. After the update it’s showing 0 available even though I haven’t used all the blocks. When typing “df” at the command line it shows this:
Filesystem 1k-blocks Used Available Use
/dev/root 59455228 57517592 0 100%
I thought it was maybe just a visual error but it won’t let me copy any new files since it thinks I’m out of space. If I delete a file the Available space still remains at 0, but the Used space will go down. When I take the sdcard out and plug it into my ubuntu machine it shows 1.86GB available on the card.
Try running fsck on the card from Ubuntu and see if there’s issues that need to be corrected. Also, when you formatted the card, it may have done the standard Linux thing of reserving 5% of the card space for the root user which you can get back easily without needing to reformat.
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