Re: Names of Windows partitions
On Jun 17, 2008, at 1:54 PM, Rick wrote:
I want to mount the Windows partitions for startup. For this I need
Linux names of the partitions. I know they appeared during
but I've spent a lot of time looking now, and I can't find the names.
They should be something like hda1, but what application reveals them?
'parted' or 'fdisk' would tell you quickly.
(then type 'p' at the prompt, note the output, and then 'q' to quit)
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