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Hi guys i need help from you all Can I access all my hard drives(C,D,E etc) on Suse Linux 10.2? If is it possible then tell me Please!!!!!!!!!!...
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    Can I access my all Hard Drives on Linux? How?


    Hi guys i need help from you all
    Can I access all my hard drives(C,D,E etc) on Suse Linux 10.2?
    If is it possible then tell me Please!!!!!!!!!!

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    Hi and Welcome !

    Its possible to access all Windows Partitions (Drives) in SuSe or any other Linux distro. AFAIK, SuSe mounts all Windows Partitions automatically.
    Log in as root and open Terminal. Execute this
    Code:
    df -h
    fdisk -l
    * -l, its small L.
    Post output here.
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    Also post your fstab file too.
    n lIinux the drives are not C: D: or E:
    They have names unles you named then that way.

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    Thanx

    thanx very much friends!!!!!!!!!devils_casper
    Lazydog
    Also i want to use GPRS via bluetooth using nokia 6021,,any ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by spicyraj View Post
    thanx very much friends!!!!!!!!!devils_casper
    Lazydog
    Also i want to use GPRS via bluetooth using nokia 6021,,any ideas?
    If you sorted the disk access problem out yourself great - otherwise you need to post the output of the commands so we can see what partitions you have on your disk(s) and how Linux is mounting them.

    Your last post is not really related to hard disk access & you would be better posting a new thread - that way more people are likely to respond to that issue.

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