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I saw loads of posts with similar issues; I've looked at the solutions with no luck so far.
I use Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Desktop, installed in partition sda5, mounted as
/. The main part of the disk is allocated to sda6, mounted as
I cannot either:
- cd into this Home directory
- use mkdir to create a sub folder
I can see it and create files etc, when logged in as root, using nautilus, but from a terminal I just get:
-su: cd: /Home: No such file or directory
I am new to Ubuntu (coming fom Windows) and although I thought I was getting to grips with it, this has me beat.
Any help appreciated. TIA