[Grml] Missing fat32 partition

Maurice McCarthy moss at mythic-beasts.com
Mon Feb 11 12:25:11 CET 2008

Sorry I did not read the question well. /dev/hda1 is likely to be your
Windows ntfs partition so that the fat32 partition may be /dev/hda2. Run

cfdisk /dev/hda

To see where your fat partition is. Type q to quit then you can mount the
file system with

mount -t vfat /dev/hda2 /mnt/hda2

If the directory does not exist then

mkdir /mnt/hda1

You unmount with

umount /dev/hda2

You should then be able to see it from grml. To mount the windows
partition use

ntfsmount /dev/hda1 /mnt/hda1

and unmount with

fusermount -u /mount/hda1

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