Load Partitions.

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Load Partitions.

Postby Prezyack on Thu Feb 28, 2013 6:36 am

I have about three partitions in my hard disk (An equivalent of C: , D: and E: in windows).
I'm trying to load other partitions in my terminal but I cant seem to move past the root in linux.I'm running 14 Nadia n would love sme help with the command to load other partiotions.I've already tried googling it but all I can find is sme info on auto load during booft time.
Thnx.
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Re: Load Partitions.

Postby passerby on Thu Feb 28, 2013 7:33 am

The command is
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mount -t type device dir

eg. If I had an ext4 partition /dev/sda2, and I wanted to mount it to /media/sda2 for access purposes, I'd run something like
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sudo mount -t ext4 /dev/sda2 /media/sda2


If you want an in-depth explanation, open a terminal and run
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mount -h

or
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man 8 mount
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