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Title: summary and restricted output from fdisk in ubuntu bionic beaver
ID: /2018/09/29/summary-and-restricted-output-from-fdisk-in-ubuntu-bionic-beaver
Created: September 29, 2018    Edited:  September 29, 2018
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I use lsdrv (list drive) which is an alias of lsblk ... setup in my ~/.bashrc file.

$ lsdrv
NAME         FSTYPE LABEL            MOUNTPOINT   SIZE MODEL
sr0                                              1024M DVD+/-RW DW316  
sda                                             931.5G HGST HTS721010A9
β”œβ”€sda4       ntfs   WINRETOOLS                    450M 
β”œβ”€sda2                                            128M 
β”œβ”€sda5       ntfs   Image                        11.4G 
β”œβ”€sda3       ntfs   HGST_Win10       /mnt/d       919G 
└─sda1       vfat   ESP                           500M 
nvme0n1                                           477G Samsung SSD 960 PRO 512GB            
β”œβ”€nvme0n1p5  ntfs                                 858M 
β”œβ”€nvme0n1p3                                        16M 
β”œβ”€nvme0n1p1  ntfs                                 450M 
β”œβ”€nvme0n1p8  ntfs   Shared_WSL+Linux /mnt/e         9G 
β”œβ”€nvme0n1p6  ext4   New_Ubuntu_16.04 /           23.7G 
β”œβ”€nvme0n1p4  ntfs   NVMe_Win10       /mnt/c     363.2G 
β”œβ”€nvme0n1p10 ext4   Ubuntu_18.04     /mnt/clone  27.2G 
β”œβ”€nvme0n1p2  vfat                    /boot/efi     99M 
β”œβ”€nvme0n1p9  swap                    [SWAP]       7.9G 
└─nvme0n1p7  ext4   Old_Ubuntu_16.04 /mnt/old    44.6G 

The alias selects the important fields I want to see that fit on a regular screen without line wrapping:

$ alias lsdrv
alias lsdrv='lsblk -o NAME,FSTYPE,LABEL,MOUNTPOINT,SIZE,MODEL | grep -v loop'
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