Helge Preuss <scouthyperspace-travel.de> wrote:There is no chance of a distro issued well before 130GB+ ide disks became> Trying to install RH 7.2 on a system with a large IDE HD, the system
> only notices the first ~130 GB. Then I tried it with SuSE 8.1, which had
common having a kernel with a driver that can "recognize" them.
Think about it.
Why? What has RH got to do with the issue? Load an ide driver that can> no problem with the disk size. But for uniformity's sake, we want all
> nodes in our network to run RH 7.2, so I thought after the disk is
> partitioned with SuSE I might try installing RedHat again. Now the
Yes, everyone except you. Run a kernel that can cope.> installation aborts with the error message "Could not read partition table".
> Does anybody know a workaround for this?