Sorry, from a command line (probably a little icon on your system tray that looks like a black computer monitor). You type those commands at a command prompt (called a terminal or console). You should also be able to find it somewhere in your start menu under "shells", I believe. Once you open the terminal, type fdisk -l. Copy and paste the output from the screen here.
You can get /etc/fstab by using the file manager (I'm guessing you use Konqueror). Just navigate up directories until you get to "/", then click on "/etc". Find the file fstab and copy and paste the contents here (it's just a text file).
Last edited by pljvaldez; 06-27-2006 at 04:36 PM.