manual & docs
drivers & updates
What you need to know about the aero
Partitioning the harddisk
Choosing the installation method
Preparing the Aero for a Red Hat 6.1 harddisk install
The Red Hat 6.1 Installation Process
Access to DOS-Partitions
Patching and compiling a new kernel
Solving the RAM problem
Installing PCMCIA and configuring it for Bad RAM
Finished - What comes next?
Advanced Power Management
Getting WebDAV to work with XP
GNU Free Documentation License
the people (& their mails)
the aeros wildest dream...
Access to DOS-partitions
To have access to other partitions than the linux-root partition, you have to "mount" (load) them like we did with the floppy drive.
/dev/hda1 /mnt/hda1 auto defaults 0 0 /dev/hda8 /mnt/hda8 auto defaults 0 0
according to the dos-partitions I have on my harddisk (The above mentioned partitions hda1 and hda8 exist on my aero - it is very sure you have others...)
cd /mnt mkdir hda1 mkdir hda8
The partitions will be automatically mounted after a reboot. I wanted to mount them now, so I commanded:
mount /dev/hda1 mount /dev/hda8
I now could change to the directory "/mnt/hda1" and type "ls" (list, the linux equivalent for dos "dir") and saw the files and directories of my dos-primary partition.
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