Terminal commands: how to create a directory in ext2 partition on flash drive
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I am attempting to setup a bootable Backtrack USB flash drive following their instructions. I need to create a directory "changes" on the ext2 partition i've set up on my flash drive. The device is sdb
I have 2 partitions as required: /dev/sdb1 Fat16 and /dev/sdb2 ext2
I am totally stuck as i don't know the command to create a directory in /dev/sdb2. I've tried all sorts of things, no luck. I can't even figure out how to change the prompt from root, or home/system or whatever, to /dev/sdb2. Gparted doesn't allow this either.
I know i'm off track here, and would really appreciate some insight. It's not for a lack of trying...
Last edited by gordon__1; 01-14-2008 at 11:57 PM.
Reason: mark resolved