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Mounting a Unix Partion

Posted on 2004-03-29
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I need to mount a unix partion that was mistakenlly unmounted in a system crash. I can see that partion but I need to mount that. I am using Unix 5.05. Urgent help plz.

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mount -a
should mount all of the partitions on your machine, if it complains about the filesystem being dirty run:
fsck -y /partition
(Depending on the partition name)
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