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# df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/sdb7 7.7G 3.5G 3.9G 48% / /dev/sdb9 85G 19G 66G 23% /home /dev/sr1 7.0G 7.0G 0 100% /media/cdrom /dev/sr1 7.0G ...
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  1. #11
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    df -h results


    # df -h
    Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
    /dev/sdb7 7.7G 3.5G 3.9G 48% /
    /dev/sdb9 85G 19G 66G 23% /home
    /dev/sr1 7.0G 7.0G 0 100% /media/cdrom
    /dev/sr1 7.0G 7.0G 0 100% /media/cdrom2
    /dev/sda1 98G 29G 69G 30% /media/win_c


    thanks

    Bower

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    /dev/sda1 98G 29G 69G 30% /media/win_c
    /dev/sda1 has been mounted in /media/win_c folder. Did you check that folder?

    Didn't you add an entry for /dev/sda5 partition in /etc/fstab file? Did you create /media/win_d folder?

    Execute this to mount /dev/sda5 partition.
    Code:
    su -
    mkdir /media/sda5
    mount -t ntfs /dev/sda5  /media/sda5  -o defaults,umask=0
    ls /media/win_d
    Post exact error message here. Post the contents of /etc/fstab file too.


    EDIT : My mistake. Your partition number is /dev/sda5 but I posted command for /dev/sda3 in post #8. Corrected it now.
    Replace /dev/sda3 with /dev/sda5 in /etc/fstab file and execute mount -a command or reboot machine. Check /media/win_d folder.
    Last edited by devils casper; 12-07-2008 at 02:18 PM.
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    i tried to check the drives and it works now so that is so cool. thank you so much for all of your help

    can you tell me where i can learn all of these things that one must do to keep a linux box going?

    Bower

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    Glad to help you !
    Start from here. Its a good tutorial for Basic Linux Commands. You can question here and we will happy to help you.
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