I am new to Linux. So please excuse me if my question is amateur.
I've two partitions on my windows OS and I've installed Ubuntu within windows.
Partition 1 : Windows and Linux OS
Partition 2 : Common storage files (called under the name New Volume)
I am looking at running a shell script that is placed in partition 2. I am able to run the shell when it is placed in the /home/... hierarchy of Ubuntu but I am unable to do so when it is placed in partition 2 which is being treated as an external disk by the OS.
I just want to know how can I actually change my working directory to a directory that is placed on an external disk which is mounted. What is the cd command to make the terminal look into a directory of the mounted disk? Please help..