In short, you mount the other partitions on the linux filesystem. The details of how you do this depend somewhat on your setup, but basically you use mount
. First do
Figure out what your disk(s) look like, in terms of partition layout, perhaps with the aid of
fdisk -l /dev/diskname(s)
(replace 'diskname' with some thing like hda, hdb, hdc (IDE), or sda, sdb,... (SCSI or SATA).
Once you have the mount procedure nailed down, you can optionally make it automatic after booting by putting the correct entries in /etc/fstab. If you post your output from fdisk -l
, someone here can probably give you more specific advice.