Have installed Kubuntu 20.04 on a new hard drive and before that have made a copy of the old home partition by
cp /dev/sda5 /dev/sdb3. Whereby sdb3 was the new home partition on the new 1TB hard drive (now sda3).
At the installation of Kubuntu 20.04 I mounted sda3 as /home which is working fine (the old system was Kubuntu 18.04).
On the old drive the home partition was about 80GB, the new one has 320GB (from this only 45GB are used).
I have partitioned the new drive with KDE Partition Manager with a gpt Table. The old one had an ms-dos table. Now Dolphin file manager shows only about 25GB free disk space for the home partition (which was probably approximate the number of the old free drive space …
KDE Partition Manager displays the correct free space (but has a question mark icon on sda3, 2,1,4). What to do to make Dolphin showing up the right free disk space and being able to use it?