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    Browse another partition in Linux?

    An easy one for Linux masters no doubt. In shell, what do I type to jump to and browse another partition on the same drive? For example, I can type "df" to view disk usage on all partitions. How do I then go to a particular partition? I have root access.

    Thanks a lot!

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    Sep 2002
    All partitions appear as one on *nix.

    Just cd to the directory you want to look at. Browse? If it's a workstation, use your web browser. Really, it works.
    GUI admin tools have no honor. It is a good day to vi.

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    Thanks. I'm still thinking in terms of Windows I guess

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