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Austrumi Live Linux Help


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Posted on 04-02-09 00:16
Hello everyone, I was playing around with Austrumi in order to copy the SAM file. I then noticed that all my files on my hard drive in windows xp were not there, I looked into this and discovered I may have to mount the C drive allthough I am completely unsuccessful.

The code I was using in the terminal was:
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mount/dev/sda1




Also fdisk and chdisk do not work.


Please help,
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Posted on 04-02-09 00:52
try
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sudo mount /dev/hda1



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sudo mount /dev/sda1




edit: whoops, wasn't on linux. Thx spyware.


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Edited by hellboundhackersok on 05-02-09 01:16
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Posted on 04-02-09 14:15
I hope that was a typo and you meant sudo mount /dev/sda1.

Anyway, OP, try the following.

mkdir /media/name_for_this
sudo mount /dev/sda1 /media/name_for_this



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