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  • Once server up i don't see anymore sdb sdb1 sdb2 sdb3 sdb4 sdb5 sdb6

  • The entry for sdb2 looks a bit dodgy with regard to core.img.

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  • My new 32 bit installation is on sdb with/being on sdb2.

  • EDIT: I tried sudo mount - t ext3/dev/sdb2/directory

  • Slackware DVD into my root partition too (huge. s root =/dev/sdb2 rdinit = ro).

  • Thanks for the answer, I figured that out with random experiments, which you were looking at and thus the/dev/sdb2.

  • Mounting failed: fuse: mount failed: Device or resource busy fuse: mount failed: Device or resource busy sdb2:

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  • What I thought would solve my dilemma was to wipe it off with Gparted and create 2 partitions: sdb1 FAT32 (changed flag to boot) 350GB for the PS3 movies and, sdb2 EXT4 (tried EXT2 also) 150GB for my bigger than 4 GB files

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  • I don't understand what sdb1 and sdb2 are exactly, and I think something might have been screwed up when I installed Ubuntu and made my partition.

  • I've tried doing "chmod 777/dev/sdb2" but it says Operation not Permitted.


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