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Partitions do not contain other partitions. Every partition that you use has a mounting point. The main (root) partition, needs to be automatically mounted on / during boot, and then other partitions can be mounted in any existing location you chose. One important thing to note is that mounting a partition somewhere will hide what is already present at ...


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You need to tell the kernel that the partition table has changed after you make any changes to partition tables with fdisk, cfdisk, or parted etc. There are two main ways of doing this: Reboot. The kernel will detect the new partition table and use it automatically. run partprobe as root. This will tell the kernel to scan the block-device partitions and ...



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