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Re: Server upgrade - 128G disk limit!
On Sat, Nov 27, 2010 at 7:34 PM, John Klos <john%ziaspace.com@localhost> wrote:
> True. I should've added that this is the simplest way to do it if you want /
> to not be limited to 128 gigs in size. I ran into this problem with a first
> generation iMac G3 with a 750 gig hard drive - it worked great, but at some
> point when I upgraded the kernel and rebooted, the kernel ended up above the
> 128 gig boundary and the system wouldn't boot. Booting the kernel from the
> HFS volume at the beginning of the disk fixed that.
So how do you put the kernel onto the HFS part of the disk? Sorry if
that's a stupid question...
I was just building a kernel the other day and I noticed that HFS
support is still read only?
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