Originally Posted by kmeehl
thanks for the response! I have tried this and this is where the problem is. The result is:
tecnico@lxnaycd /mnt/gentoo $ mount /dev/hda1 /mnt/gentoo
mount: only root can do that
So I need to find a way to become superuser or find another way to mount the partition.
just put a "sudo" before your command and you can do every thing as "root". for example:
sudo mount /dev/hda1 /mnt/gentoo
it doesn't need any password!
hey, cause you may get tired of typing "sudo" before each command, you may need a hand:
this pretty lady, makes you root as long as you type "exit".
... and yes, I know, she's hot!