RTFM, STFW .... would be the standard answer round here. or maybe we
have more time free than you have? are you even in front of a keyboard?
> On Linux World,
> $ fdisk -l
> displaying all partitions of a HD
$ fdisk -l
fdisk: unknown option -- l
usage: fdisk [-ieu] [-c cylinders -h heads -s sectors] [-f mbrfile] device
-i: initialize disk with virgin MBR
-u: update MBR code, preserve partition table
-e: edit MBRs on disk interactively
-f: specify non-standard MBR template
-chs: specify disk geometry
`disk' may be of the forms: sd0 or /dev/rsd0c.