I have a dual boot system with win8 and Ubuntu saucy. Can I use the command line to copy/move/edit/delete files and folders located on the windows partition? How do I set the path to that??
Yes, the Path would be the Mountpoint of your Windows-Partition.
You could also modify /etc/fstab to define the Mountpoint. You might want to check this Wiki-Page for fstab: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fstab
(Where "/dev/sdxY/" is the Partition, in my case it's "/dev/sda3") After that save the Changes made to fstab and exit nano. Your Windows-Partition will be mounted to the Folder "Win8Partition" after a Reboot and you should be able to browse and modify Files from there.
Sorry for my broken english. Feel free to edit :-)