In Linux the drivers/partitions are not called C or D, they are called /dev/hda1, /dev/hda2 or /dev/hdb1 and so on.
If you have your "D drive" as a fat32 partition on your first drive, the fifth partition, this is what you should do:
mount -t vfat /dev/hda5 /mnt/d
Now, your files from that partition would be located in /mnt/d
See the man for mount for more info.
To see your table do cfdisk. To mount automaticly upon boot use /etc/fstab. There should be several guides out there. Search google for mount and/or fstab and you should get some hits.
Last edited by Ephracis; 06-08-2005 at 07:28 AM.