As root, execute the command: /sbin/fdisk -l
(that's a lowercase 'L', not a number '1')
That should list the partitions on any disk devices visible to the system.
As enigma59 noted, the disk(s) may be /dev/sd<something> instead of /dev/hd<something>, depending on whether the disks are PATA or SATA and on how recent a Linux kernel you're running.
Last edited by just brew it!
on Tue Dec 11, 2007 9:18 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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