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Old 05-14-2009, 11:59 AM   #1
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samsung a10 linux dsl how to access hard drive

Could any one please tell me how to access the hard drive as i have a tp-link tl-wn321g usb wifi and want to use the cd drivers provided with this device to go with a wireless router Yhank you

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you mean graphically view the HD, move files etc?

I install roxfiler.dsl from the mydsl browser.
after installing-iopen a root shell from the menu, type in "mount /dev/hdxx /mnt/hdxx" where "xx" is hda1/hdb1, etc.
If you need to "mkdir /mnt/hda1" then mount it.
Too access and move files you might have to use the root shell too.

You can use "fdisk -l" to see all partitions, drives,etc


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