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I'm trying to get list of partitions and their mount points in terminal, but I'm not so succesfull.

"ls -l /dev/block/platform/mtk-msdc.0/11230000.msdc0/by-name/” (found this path by using "cat /proc/mounts" but it return me a 'permission denied, I guess I need root, but I don't have one. So how to get partitions names and mount points without root? Also there is one weird thing: when I go with Total commander in /dev folder there isn't /block folder inside just file named 'block' with size 0 and not readable (becase lack of root). How is that possible?

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Type in mount to a terminal emulator, root not required.

Lists all mount points active, note: mine is very long due to many bind mounts.

Imgur: https://i.stack.imgur.com/FuFMJ.jpg

Or alternatively

Type grep /etc/recovery.fstab

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