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Re: Does potato's dbootstrap have a 2GB disk limit?

AOL. I routinely install potato on machines with 8-gig disks, creating
partitions of anywhere from 50MB to the full 8GB.

On Sat, May 06, 2000 at 12:51:21AM +1200, Mark van Walraven <markv@wave.co.nz> spake forth:
> I have had no problems with 8GB partitions on Seagate SCSI disks with
> the potato boot floppies.
> Mark.
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