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Old 30th October 2008, 11:50
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Default How do i see Local Hard Drive filesystem details on LTSP client

Hello all,

How can i view the local hard drive filesystem information on LTSP client? I have booted my machine through the network and logged into the LTSP Server, but i am need of mounting the local hard disk to access few files. To do this, i need to know the filesystem details.. Is there anyway i can view the filesystem information without re-booting the client?

fdisk -l gives info about the hard drive connected to the LTSP server, i need to view the filesystem information of the hard disk connected locally. Few clients run winXP and Ubuntu 8.04 on Intel.

LOCAL_STORAGE Is enabled in lts.conf file.

Also, what is the command to mount the local hard drive on the ltsp client?
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