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I was able to get the system running, and logged in with the account that was created during installation. However when I select any of the two hard drives in ...
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    Folder Problems


    I was able to get the system running, and logged in with the account that was created during installation. However when I select any of the two hard drives in the Devices menu, it won't allow me to open them. i get a error saying I don't have access.

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    post the contents of /etc/fstab file and output of 'fdisk -l' command.
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    fdisk -l
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    I keep getting, "invalid option" when I type fdisk -1 in. And it won't let me log in as root, it says that it is not allowed. I'm a Linux n00b, so the simplest explanation would be best please. lol, sorry for any trouble.

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    its small 'L' not 1 (one).
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