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Old 07-14-2006, 08:04 AM   #1
ahmed gamal
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adding a driver


hi every body
when i was installing sw10.2
it asked about adding my windows drives and mounting it
i wrongly added e: to /mnt/win_E
f: to /mnt/win_E
when i loged to kde
i couldn't find my dreive e:
its format is ntfs
can any help????
 
Old 07-14-2006, 08:11 AM   #2
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edit with your favorite text editor /etc/fstab (pico is an easy choice) , find your f: windows drive and mofify it's mount point from /mnt/win_E to /mnt/win_F probably... then make the mount point directory for the f: drive in /mnt like this: mkdir /mnt/win_F ! then you just use the mount command to mount them like this: mount /dev/hdaX (where you replace X with your partitons number, for example if your e: partition is hda3 you should type: mount /dev/hda3 ). GL.
 
  


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