I have a disk partition named "LinuxAux" which I have always opened by clicking on it from the "Devices" list on the left tab of Nautilus.
Due to an accident, my laptop's battery ran out with LinuxAux mounted and when I rebooted it, after mounting the partition, the links to it were still broken. A new virtual device (not sure how to name it) called "LinuxAux1" has appeared in my /media/username/ folder and that one is the one that is mounted by Nautilus. It has the same content as what LinuxAux used to have so I redirected the links and everything works fine now.
However LinuxAux is still on /media/username/ and I'd like to mount it to see what's inside, know if it it occupying more space or if it's just some phantom image. But my knowledge of the mount command is poor and I definitely don't know how to use it in this situation.
Some (maybe) useful data:
- OS: Ubuntu 14.04
- When I boot the computer, the only thing that is in /media/username/ is an icon of a folder with a lock called LinuxAux. (not LinuxAux1)
- On the left tab of Nautilus LinuxAux is listed, but it actually mounts LinuxAux1