Re: [opensuse] How to tell what format is a partions

On Tue, Aug 5, 2008 at 7:11 PM, Chuck Payne <terrorpup@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

This might be a nubie question, but last night I installed a new sata
card and 1TB drive. Well, I thought I had made the 1TB drive ext3, but
when I got to mount it, I get wrong super block error. Now, if I tell
that to mount it with auto it does. So how can I tell what format is
the partions, because it not ext3.

If you have KDE installed you can simply open "My Computer" on the
desktop and it will show all the mounted disks and the format.
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