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> Lost Hdd's, /mnt/??
doza
post Jul 21 2003, 06:54 AM
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Hi again

I am having trouble seeing my windows partitions.
I am missing values in my fstab, and mtab files, and i have no idea what i should be putting into these files....
When i go to /mnt/.. i can see my cdrom and floppy, but nothing else.
I am pretty sure it's because i am missing those values in my fstab, and mtab files.
If i can get an exaple of what i should be inserting into these files, that would really be great.

tatata
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post Jul 21 2003, 07:01 AM
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post Jul 21 2003, 09:01 AM
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aah thats great!

that should get me on my way..

ta
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