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    Default Mounted Partitions

    I have installed Backtrack 3 successfully on my hard disk using the Youtube dual boot guide and according to the QTparted application I have 3 partitions but if I type mount at the command line none of the partitions are mounted also when viewing the storage media information via the GUI I can see 2 drives neither of which are mounted.

    Has something gone wrong with the installation or am I missing something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhidian_Jowers View Post
    I have installed Backtrack 3 successfully on my hard disk using the Youtube dual boot guide and according to the QTparted application I have 3 partitions but if I type mount at the command line none of the partitions are mounted also when viewing the storage media information via the GUI I can see 2 drives neither of which are mounted.

    Has something gone wrong with the installation or am I missing something?
    Edit your /etc/fstab to mount the drives automatically. Or, you can mount one ever time with:
    Code:
    mount /dev/{hda1,sda1} /path/to/mount

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    Edit your /etc/fstab to mount the drives automatically. Or, you can mount one ever time
    +1, to verify your currently mounted partitions, run:
    Code:
    # df -h

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