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Thread: Seagate ST3200822A Hard Drive
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Seagate ST3200822A Hard Drive
Well...I googled and couldn't find any specifics, but the 2.6.* kernel tree has support for 48-bit LBA, so as long as FC2 runs a 2.6 kernel, then you're OK."Time is an illusion. Lunchtime, doubly so."
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Fedora Core 2 is on kernel 2.6.5 (I think it's .5, but it certainly is 2.6), but does the BIOS on your PC support 48-bit logical block addressing (LBA)?
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