Re: U5/10 and IDE drives larger than 20GB
Can someone point me to some instructions on how to install, partition,
and format a drive in an Ultra 10?
Last time I tried, it didn't work. I couldn't get Debian to recognize
the drive after running fdisk on it and trying to partition it.
debian-sparc at thezealot dot net
On Monday, May 5, 2003, at 18:21 US/Central, Jacob Helwig wrote:
On Tue, May 06, 2003 at 12:40:56AM +0200, Nathanael Camelot wrote:
Did anyone try and succed to put a >20GB IDE hard drive in an Ultra
5/10 running woody ?
The actual (or somehow former) 20GB said goodbye, and 20 gigs drives
are now quite overpriced, so if I can use a bigger-for-less one...
Thanks in advance, sorry if it's a bit off topic.
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Yup. I've got a 120GB drive running fine in my Ultra 10. Only
that I'm running sid, and not woody.
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