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    List All Mounted Drives and their Partitions from the Terminal in opensuse


    hello dear linux-experts - i waant to list all mounted drives


    i run OpenSuse Linux 12.3 - i want to have an oververiew on all the dirves and partitions:

    note; there is only one drive in the notebook and one external is mounted.

    To list all mounted drives and their accompanying partitions from the Terminal, type the following command:
    i tried to run the following command:

    diskutil list

    i thought this will give us feedback like the following,
    listing out the mounted drives,
    their volume names,
    the size of the drive and partitions,
    their partition types, and
    their identifier location:


    but unfortunatley the command does not work



    diskutil list
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    you can try simply:

    df -h

    That lists the filesystem name, used space, available space, and mount location.
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