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[nslu2-linux] Re: mounts, was: Unslung Newbie: What are all these Password files for?

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  • Torsten Bitz
    ... That depends on what your individual situation is anyway,e.g. whether you did unsling your slug, which disks are connected etc. You can use df to find
    Message 1 of 4 , Nov 28, 2005
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      > Is there a document describing what is mounted where also?
      >
      > --
      > H-G
      >

      That depends on what your individual situation is anyway,e.g. whether you
      did unsling your slug, which disks are connected etc.
      You can use "df" to find out which devices/partitions/filesystems are
      mounted where.
      /dev/sda is the disk connected to usb1, /dev/sdb is usb2 respectively, if
      present. The numbers behind these are the partitions created on these disks.
      Typically, /dev/sda1 will be mounted as /share/hdd/data, /dev/sda2 as
      /share/hdd/conf .
      If a second disk is connected, this goes under /share/flash
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