Question about fedora Linux Operating System
At a terminal, type:
as root to see what drives and partitions are on your system. Let's say your partition is /dev/sda1. Next you need a mount point. I like to make and use /sd so type:
and to mount it, type:
mount -t ntfs /dev/sda1 /sd
and to view what's on the drive, type:
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