Re: How to partition a 10GB disk
Quoting Peter Hugosson-Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org):
> I am trying to partition a 10 GB IDE hard disk using the cfdisk that
> starts up during the debian 2.1 (slink) install.
> The problem is, cfdisk thinks the drive is only 8 GB. I've tried
> <Alt><F2> into another console and then fdisk's "o" command to reset the
> MBR, followed by "w". When I reboot and restart cfdisk, it still says
> there are only 8 GB available.
I don't remember doing anything special with slink, BUT I was running
2.2 kernels by the time I bought the 10GB disk. So the obvious question
is, why slink?
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