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I have an XP Professional computer that I use to backup the contents of a network share (just for redundancy's sake). The problem I keep having is that when I connect the hard drive, it keeps assuming the drive letter of a network share that already is being used. This is a problem as I want to...
how to increase the space of mount point dev/sdc1 scsi
What does it mean to say that some directories can serve as mount points for other paritions? I know what a partition is; Windows trained trying to get Linux+ cert but some things I can't relate to like the question.