Ubuntu – How to access a shared volume from terminal

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I am attempting to use a shared hard disk(Ubuntu 17.04/Windows 10) with a Plex media server, running as a service on the Ubuntu distribution.

However, it accesses the linux file system, and I cannot seem to find the shared drive there.

If I open "Files" on Ubuntu, I have a "967GB Volume" on the left. How would I access it from the terminal?

Best Answer

The partition, that is shown as "967GB Volume" on the left can also be seen with the command

df

or if you wish

df -h

You can use the cd command to change the current directory of a terminal window to the mountpoint, where the partition is mounted.

For example

cd /media/cbll/long-uuid-string
ls -l

Please ask if you want more details.