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mount windows partition
look at the output from fdisk -l and find what your partition is called e.g. hda1.
then mount with mount /dev/hda1 /to_some_mount_point . that is all there is to it.Life is complex, it has a real part and an imaginary part.
Doesn't SuSE put an icon on the desktop for each non-root filesystem it finds? If so, just click on the icon and it'll mount the filesystem and open a file manager. You can close the file manager, and the filesystem will stay mounted (as indicated by the little green triangle in the corner of the icon). Or you can right-click on it and pick the option to mount it.Stand up and be counted as a Linux user!
Not necessarily Zelmo, it is KDE which does this through HAL, iirc you'll have to enable this option in KDE control center.Life is complex, it has a real part and an imaginary part.
i didn't see anything on the desktop so i'll get right to fdisk. Thanks
It's not on the desktop. It's under 'My Computer' which really just opens 'media:/'HP Pavilion dv6000t
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