Noob here. So I've installed Ubuntu 12.04 Desktop (64-Bit) and need some guidance on how to access my partitions. When I was using Windows, I always had at least 1 drive or array for the OS install and dedicated additional drives/arrays for my data.
My current setup: I have a total of 3 drives: x1 drive configured as RAID0 and x2 drives configured as RAID1. This is a Gateway system with an internal RAID card. During Ubuntu 12.04 installation, the array's showed up nicely. I configured the partitions manually where the RAID0 array (even though it is 1 drive) as a boot partition with a dedicated swap area. Next, I configured the RAID1 array as EXT4 and and would like to use it for storage.
I've installed Gparted and the arrays show up as:
/dev/sda1 = ext4
Mount point = /
/dev/ sda2 = extended
sda5 = unknown
/dev/sdb1 = ext4
Mount point = /home
When I look under "/home" for the "storage" partition, I don't see any indication of "sdb1" which I'd like to use as storage. I know this is a total noob thing but how do I access this partition to save my files? In Windows, I was able to go to My Computer and access the Drive letter.
Did I configure/setup correctly?
Any guidance would be helpful! Thank you for the patience and understanding.