Linux tracks hardware. hd="hard drive," the letter corresponds to the position on the bus, and the number is the partition on the drive. So, hda1 is the first partition on the Primary Master hard drive. hdb2 would be the second partition on the Primary Slave hard drive. hdc is Secondary Master and hdd is Secondary Slave designations.
You only have one hard drive with 2 partitions, hence hda1 and hda2. What are you trying to do?
I am trying to use a Linux based hard drive cloning freeware utility called Digital Dolly, I am having problems choosing the destintion partition. I don't know the exact syntax all I know is that the C: drive is "dev/hda1" and the D: drive is "dev/hda2" Please help>
I have a Compaq V2000 notebook with the Tourion 64, 1.25 GB of ram, 60 GB of hdd partioned into a 15 and 40GB partitions.