Hard Disk Repair Fedora 33 GNU/Linux Easy Guide

January 8, 2021 | By the+gnu+linux+evangelist | Filed in: Tutorial.

Finding Target

  1. 3. Looking Up Partitions

    Then to Find the Volume to Fix
    Use the sfdisk Software like:

    sudo sfdisk -l

    Then in output Look for the Linux filesystem, root or LVM Partitions.
    You should Recognize each also watching to the Size:

    terminal output
  2. 4. Releasing Partitions

    Next to possibly Unmount Volumes
    Check if some Partition is Mounted with:

    df -h

    Look into the Output if you are able to Realize the Marks.
    Then if needed Unmount All the Linux Filesystem Partitions with:

    sudo umount /dev/[my-vol]

    Where [my-vol] the Device identifier.
    So for example to Unmount one do:

    sudo umount /dev/sda1


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