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Old 06-26-2001, 05:49 PM   #1
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Need to query how many disks the system recognizes

I have been advised never to use #fdisk -l
and the command #mount isn't what I want. What command should I use to show me all the disks (floppies, hard drives, USB drives, CDs, etc) the system has recognized?
Old 06-26-2001, 05:55 PM   #2
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cat /proc/partitions
will show you about whats on the harddisk etc, but I dunno about USB or floppies.



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