I'm using Windows 10's Ubuntu Bash shell. It maps the C drive fine as /mnt/c.
I have other local physical hard drives, mounted in Windows as E: and F:
How do I tell Bash to mount these drives too (ideally automatically at /mnt/e and /mnt/f, but manual mounting is fine)? "sudo fdisk -l" doesn't seem to work (cannot open /proc/partitions), so I'm not sure how to find their names, otherwise I'd just use a regular mount command.