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I would like to find the partition I'm running my linux, like SDA1 or SDB2, etc, How do I get this?

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Could you provide the output of fdisk -l ? – Simon Sheehan Feb 11 '12 at 3:00
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The commands mount and df will display all partitions currently in use and their mount points. If you are only using a single partition under linux, look for the one mounted on /.

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