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    Question how to cd to Filesystem ?

    i don't know the way to change directory to Filesystem .
    when i go Places >tonjaa(Computer)
    it's has Cdrom drive . Drive3 , Drive4,TON99(Media drive),Filesystem
    if i want to change directory in terminal to Filesystem how to change ?
    i try
    tonjaa@tonjaa-desktop:~$ cd Computer
    bash: cd: Computer: No such file or directory
    tonjaa@tonjaa-desktop:~$ cd /Filesystem
    bash: cd: /Filesystem: No such file or directory
    tonjaa@tonjaa-desktop:~$

    where is correct directory to go Filesystem ?

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    Usually, cd / dvd and usb pen can be accessed by visiting /media directory:
    Code:
    ls /media
    pwd
    cd /media
    pwd
    ls -l
    You can always use find command to locate files or directory in the system:
    Code:
    find / -iname "Filesystem"
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    thank you so much


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