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I use to be able to mount my windows drive in Redhat linux 8 by this

 

mnt -t ntfs /dev/hda1 /cdrive

 

now it wont do it? I just get an error saying device not found.. but the only diffrence is. i am now using fadora, and i have 2 hd insted of 2 partitions?? i changed the "hda1" to hda2?? any help would be welcome :D

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hda for primary master hda1-> 1st part , hda2 ->2nd part

hdb for primary slave

hdc for secondary master

hdd for secondary slave

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Yeah, if you have Linux on your primary HDD and Windows on the secondary HDD, then you will need to use hdb, the number only reffers to the partition number, not the drive, the drive number is denoted by the letter after hd as JrLz said :O)

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:withstupid:

 

mount -t ntfs /dev/hda1 /mnt/cdrom

 

and something else cool for usb drives...

 

mount -t vfat /dev/sd?? /mnt/removable

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