Originally Posted by salasi
This does work if by the OP meant "command in linux which displays the filesystem for my / partition. If he has several partitions, it only shows the filesystem for the root partition, which may not be what is wanted.
You are right. This may, as well as may not, be what he was looking for.
I just assumed if he had many partitions, he probably searched about how to check the partitions, and where are they mounted before booting the computer. So I thought maybe an easier command (of course for an easier problem) would be a good answer.
Well, I should explain myself better.
"mount |grep \ " will just return information about the root partition. If you have your home directory, etc, mounted in other partitions, then you should see syg00's answer.
I'll try to give more thought to my answers in the future. Thanks for the advice salasi.