A lot of the time, when you need to get a good overview of your disk partition you’re likely to be on the command line or in a text editor.
But sometimes, when it comes to a specific disk partition, you might be able to find it in a kernel configuration or bootloader file.
This article walks through the steps you need go through to see how to read that kernel configuration and bootloader.
The article covers all of the basics, from how to access the file, to what kernel you’re running, and to the command you need.
In the next article, we’ll cover how to find the disk partition.