I've created 3 partitions as per the video:
/dev/sda1linux-swap (~5 GB)
/dev/sda2ext4 (~10 GB)
/dev/sda3ext4 (~35 GB)
So early on, the video suggests running a few commands:
# mkdir /mnt/home # mount /dev/sda2 /mnt # mount /dev/sda3 /mnt/home
But the last command gives me the following error:
mount: mount point /mnt/home does not exist
- First question: The Arch guide doesn't say I should partition my disk as the video does. Should I just forego the fancy partition scheme?
- Second question: If I should go with this partition scheme, how can I get around this error, and why is it happening in the first place?