I have a shared filesystem (E: in my installation of Windows 7) in which I keep my programming codes. I want to shift from Windows to Ubuntu for programming mainly because I like the linux terminal compared to alternative in Windows.
I asked this question after which I came to know that my shared filesystem is
/dev/sda5. I tried to use terminal to
cd to this directory but I wasn't able to do so.
I have the shared filesystem loaded and I was in
/dev when I tried to change to
sda5. The error was
bash: cd: sda5: Not a directory
How can I do that?