Hidden LVM partition on external USB hdd
I've got a hdd that runs redhat on an LVM partition as its bootup os. I'm trying to access that redhat lvm installation with the hdd as an external USB, but I can't see the LVM partition on fdisk, so I can't get it mounted. I'm very new to Linux, so I'm hoping I'm just mssing something very obvious. Please, can anyone offer any help?
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