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Old 11-08-2003, 02:10 PM   #1
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Question Other partitons from ext3?

I just recently installed linux redhat 9 on my computer. It is currently multibooting with windows xp.

I have my partitions set up as follows:

first hd:
40 gb NTFS (windows xp)
second hd:
10 gb fat32 (no os, just using for shared storage)
around 5gb ext3 ( redhat 9 )
something like 500mb swap space

I dont know much about linux, but I know that the last version I had tried (mandrake powerpack 9) could still see my fat32 partition.
However with my new setup I cannot see it? Can anyone possibly tell me how to see my other partitons?
Old 11-08-2003, 03:06 PM   #2
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What do you mean with you can't see them? Normally you need to load the module for the fs or mount the partition for it to be loaded automatically.


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