I started using Linux (Debian distr.) a week or two ago. I have two hard drives, each with a single partition; one has Windows (hda), the other has Linux (hdb).
I installed Wine, but for Wine to work it needs to access my Windows drive. Plus, I would rather import all my music directly through Linux than go on Windows, put it all on external memory, etc etc.
So I toyed around with thecommand, but I accidentally did:Code:
Now my Windows drive is mounted on /, but it doesn't show up there. And if I try to unmount it, it won't let me (even with the -f option), and if I try to mount / to somewhere else it just mounts Linux.Code:
mount /dev/hda1 /
How can I mount my Windows drive to an accessible directory?
I tried changing the fstab/mtab files, but that didn't help.
Thanks for any help :) .