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Old 11-02-2008, 05:04 PM
Pete Clapham
 
Default How to install very large new disk

Hi, all --



I want to use 2 1.5 Tb disks with Intrepid.* Tried to install Intrepid
on the computer with disks in place; Install saw them, but wouldn't
format them.* Loaded OS with 500 Gb disks in place, no problem.* Added
a 1.5 Tb disk, but gparted doesn't see it.



Is 1.5 Tb too large for Intrepid?* Should I be using a file system
other than ext3 for a disk this size?* Is there another way besides
gparted to see a new (unformatted) disk?*



Thanks for your help.



cheers,

pete



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Pete Clapham
Department of Biological, Geological, and Environmental Sciences
Cleveland State University
Cleveland, Ohio, 44115

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