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What is the difference between reading the list of disk partitions from /proc/partitions and getting it using fdisk -l?

/proc/partitions represents the disk partition table more accurately than fdisk -l

/proc/partitions shows only mounted drives. fdisk -l shows all drivers.

There is no difference between the two, and both lists contain the same data.

/proc/partitions is the kernel's list of partitions held in ram. fdisk -l reads the partition table from the drive itself.

Answer:
/proc/partitions is the kernel's list of partitions held in ram. fdisk -l reads the partition table from the drive itself.

To block/allow regular users to send write messages to your session, you use:

block [-y|-n]

write -q

mesg

term -q

Answer:
mesg