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SubjectRe: 10.2 Gig HDD
    From: "Anthony Barbachan" <barbacha@hinako.ambusiness.com>

>I just got a 10.2 Gig Quantum HDD..
>I put it in my machine.. the bios finds it.. but linux only finds the size
>up to 8.6 or something
>What can I do to fix this? Do I have to give the lilo some options for the
>kernel or what?
>

There should be a copy of Disk Manager that you can download from Quantum's
web site. Get it install it and that should work around the 8GB limit in
your BIOS.

Uh, what a terrible answer!
There is no mention of any strange operating systems in the question.
I hope you do not think that Linux needs a Disk Manager (or could use one,
for that matter).

Andries

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