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Managing hard drives in Linux is crucial to understanding your system and its operation as well as understanding the system you are exploiting or conducting a forensic analysis on. Linux has numerous commands that can provide us with information, control, and management of hard drives, and in this tutorial, we will examine a number of the most important ones.

Hard Drive Designations in Linux

Unlike the C: drive in Windows, Linux does not have a physical drive at its root. Instead, it has a / (slash) at the top (root) of its file system. It then mounts… more

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