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Checking partitions and file systems

Postby viking60 » 27 Jun 2017, 15:30

In these Uefi booting times I often feel the need to check out my partitions and what file systems there are on them.
Uefi needs a vfat partition to boot and Windows uses NTFS and Linux uses ext4 or btrfs or raiser or......
:shock:
So to check all of the partitions out with one command I use:

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lsblk -f

It will show all your partitions and the file-system on them.
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Re: Checking partitions and file systems

Postby R_Head » 27 Jun 2017, 19:32

:think:

Good tip :s

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Re: Checking partitions and file systems

Postby viking60 » 28 Jun 2017, 13:32

:smug
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