Originally Posted by falko
What's your partitioning scheme? Do you have just one large / partition, or do you have multiple partitions? If the latter, did you mount all partitions (including /)?
The disk utility shows 3 "volumes"
1) 255MB Ext2 (boot partition ?) /dev/sda1 Bootable
2) 100GB "Container for logical partitions" /dev/sda2
3) 100GB extended LVM2 physical volume /devsda5
Looking at this something seems wrong, since it is only a 100GB drive. Am I reading this incorrectly?
Under "places" it only shows sda1 available to mount. Using a terminal, I tried to mount sda5 like this:
sudo mount /dev/sda5 mnt
I got this error message = unknown filetype
sudo mount /dev mnt
It says I need to specify the filetype
sudo mount /dev/ /media
says that the mount point /media does not exist