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305 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-6818 00:05

unix uses files to describe devices, not directories. try this:

ls /dev/ | grep sd

sda is usually your hard drive
sda1, sda2, etc are partitions on your hard drive

everything after a (sdb, sdc, sdd) with a number after it (sdb1, for example) is a partition on a device that's usually removable storage. hth

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