I'm completely new to Linux, and am using Ubuntu 10.04.
I'm confused when to use what
(hdx,y) to represent which hard drive.
I have 2 hard drives, the first one is identified as /dev/sda (in Disk Utility) and that's where I installed my old Windows 7 RC (unused). the second one is /dev/sdb where I installed my Ubuntu (in /dev/sdb7 and /dev/sdb8 swap) and XP (in /dev/sdb1).
now if I want to play around with Ubuntu's GRUB, what
(hdx,y) should I use?
For now, I want to install BURG, and I read the installation step in a website that I have to type
burg-install "(hd0)" to install BURG to the hd's MBR, but I'm just unsure, I'm afraid it'll mess everything.
So, how can I know which harddisk is (hd0), (hd1), or (hd0,1), etc.?