I have Windows installed on my
and I have Ubuntu/Bash in Windows.
I have a second partition with Linux Mint.
On Windows bash I tried to use
fdisk -l to see what partitions there are,
because I wanted to mount my Windows bash to my Linux Mint
so I could browse files without having to reboot the system.
Is this possible? and if yes, can someone please tell me how I could do this this? Because when I typed
fdisk -l it said
fdisk: cannot open /proc/partitions: No such file or directory