Took me forever to find the drive under the /mnt directory. Are you sure you installed it? If it is your only "hard drive", I would expect it to be mounted a just plain / . It would be mounted under /mnt only if you were running from the CD-ROM. At least that is what happens with my regular linux. I screwed up a hard drive (wrote over the partition label) and it would not mount, and the system would not even boot. It was not even a drive I needed, just some pictures, mp3s, and videos. I had to do a crash recovery, where it mounted things under /mnt, and I could comment out the appropriate line from /etc/fstab, and get everything working again.
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