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I screwed up my redhat 9.0 system by installing the latest beta of redhat. I reloaded redhat 9.0 on a new drive, and installed the old drive as a slave, How do I mount the old redhat drive so I can copy some of my old data from it ?
The default RH install creates three partitions, boot, root and swap. It looks like you have mounted the boot partition.
As suggested above fdisk -l /dev/hdb will display a list of partitions just for the slave drive. Replace hdb if different.
Mount the other partition which should be your root. If you have additional partitions then mount them and see whats there.