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    Default sdb1 ok, sdb2???

    Goodmorning,
    here is my first post, my name is Gordi and wish merry christmas everybody..

    i followed this guide to create 2 partition on my Usb card 2Gb: forums.remote-exploit.org/showthread.php?t=14486

    and i need to create "change" folder to sdb2. Actually i cant find sdb2!! on desktop i only find 1.1Gb partition with root/BT3

    is it hidden somewhere else? how can i create folder in it?

    thnks lot

    Gordi

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    If you're using Ubuntu, it should automount both paritions of your disk in /media. If you enter
    ls /media
    one partition will likely be named "disk" and the other "disk-1". Otherwise, try mounting manually with
    sudo mount /dev/sbd /media
    If the sdb2 isn't mounting, I'd recommend revisiting the beginning of the tutorial to ensure fdisk can see the partitions or rechecking each disk with mkfs.

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    ok i can see disk and disk-1 now.

    the only problem is that disk-1 has boot and BT3
    and disk has lost+found (??) and changes that i've just created.

    are disk and disk -1 inverted?

    thnkssssmerrychristmas

    now i can see "disk" and "disk-1"

    on "disk-1" i have boot and BT3 (1.1 Gb)
    on "disk" i have "LOST+FOUND" (??) and "changes" that i've just created (900Mb)

    i dont understand:
    are "disk" and "disk-1" inverted? i thought boot/BT3 need to be on "disk" instead "disk-1"

    why does it gave to main partition "disk-1" and to second partition "disk" instead "disk-2"?

    ??
    thnkssandmerrychristmas

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    The name doesn't matter. The "Lost and Found" folder is part of your ext2/3 filesystem. You're good to go.

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