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    SubjectRe: 2.6 and IDE "geometry"
    > > The script does use sfdisk to aquire the size and the user tells it just how
    > > large the partition to be and defaulting to the largest possible. If the
    > > geometry is wrong, the other OS won't boot.
    >
    > What interests me is: do you need varying geometry?
    > That is: do you sometimes need */16/63 and sometimes */255/63
    > or even other values?
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    > Or does it suffice to take */255/63 always?

    I would say most cases use the 255/63, but I'm not 100% sure on that, just
    with drives >4gb. Is there anyway to query the bios to ask it?

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