Does Hurd still have the 1GB limit bug?
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- Subject: Does Hurd still have the 1GB limit bug?
- From: "Bryan K. Walton" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 24 Aug 2000 10:02:44 -0500 (CDT)
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>From the "Easy Guide . . . "
"Use cfdisk or fdisk for this. Use a decent size partition (I would
recommend 500MB, as this will leave you lots of room), but don't make it
bigger than about 1GB, because there is a bug that doesn't allow bigger
I recently repartitioned my hard drive, and set up partitions for the Hurd
and for GNU/Linux. I made a partition that was (I thought) just under
1GB. After the fact, it turns out that 1.044GB. Do I still need to fix
this before proceeding? Or has this bug been fixed?