C: is /mnt/hda2 Where is D: ?
/dev/hda2 is mounted on /mnt/hda2 and is the partition on which XP is on for my PC.
If I do this, for example :
# cp /mnt/hda8/*.iso /mnt/hda2
# cd /mnt/hda2
# ls *.iso -lF
However, if I log out and reboot in Windows, then the .iso file appears on the D: drive.
Why don't I get a D: drive listing when I do ls -lF from within Linux ?