Originally posted by allinux
1) How do u view and access read & write to my FAT32 partitions.??
You need to mount them first, with something like:
# mount -t vfat /dev/hda2 /mnt/windows
Obviously your FAT 32 partition(s) is/aren't necessarily on /dev/hda2, so adjust for your setup.
3)How to mount disks....as all mnt cmds given anyhwhere shows directory not exist...
Then create the directory. For example, if you wanted to use the mount command above, you'd just create the mount point with
# mkdir /mnt/windows
None: you don't type the #. That just shows that you're the root user. You just type "su", followed by your root password when prompted.
You might also want to add this info to the /etc/fstab file, if you wish. There's info about understanding and editing it here
Someone else will be better able to answer the rest of your questions.