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- Assume that user has two partitions on hda1 and hda5 as c: and d: respectively and the system is a dual boot system with Linux and Windows.
- Create a folder in /mnt directory depending upon requirement.
# mkdir /mnt/win_c
# mkdir /mnt/win_d
- Now map the windows partition in to the specified directory.
# mount /dev/hda1 /mnt/win_c
# mount /dev/hda5 /mnt/win_d
- To get the windows partitions mounted automatically during booting of Linux, make the entries of both the windows partitions in /etc/fstab file. This will mount the partitions during booting.