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Type df or mount at the command line, this will tell you which partitions have been mounted.
If the root partition ( / ) is not present, type mount /dev/hdaX /
The X must be the partition number of the root partition. If you don't remember, try numbers between 1 and 9.
Don't forget to unmount, type: umount /dev/hdX