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mounting a partition

Discussion in 'Linux - General discussion' started by krj15489, Apr 29, 2007.

  1. krj15489

    krj15489 Regular member

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    i need to mount an ext3 partition to read my menu.lst file. grub got messed up and reverted back to the version i had before i installed debian. i just need to read the file and copy and paste so i can stop using ubuntu. so what command do i use to mount. the partition is hda5 and is ext3
     
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    whompus Active member

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    mount /dev/hda5 should do the trick
     
  3. krj15489

    krj15489 Regular member

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    ok thanks
     

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