Yeah, but you'll learn.
Please post the contents of the files blkid.listing & fstab.listing
$ blkid >blkid.listing
$ cat /etc/fstab >fstab.listing
These commands write info into a file that is probably here in
You have to type them exactly,
and the important part is the contents of the files: blkid.listing & fstab.listing
which contain the output of the above commands, so we can see what you have.
You need to open each file in nautilus, right click to edit, highlight all the text, copy it with Ctrl-C,
switch to the forum posting page and enter the text with Ctrl-V into your post.
Then the file structure and partitions will be visible to all.
The second tutorial is about using nautilus.
If this doesn't help enough, then please read through the following tutorials
in order to understand what we're asking:
This is a very good basic nuts and bolts sort. Everybody needs to learn enough to clunk along in a terminal.http://www.ee.surrey.ac.uk/Teaching/Unix/
and this one about getting around in Nautilus:http://www.reallylinux.com/docs/windowstolinux.shtml
Learning the file structure is a necessary part of using linux. Makes it easier to find things.
Everybody has to start somewhere and this is a good starting point.