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From: lynx
Subject: help
Date: Tue, 26 Feb 2002 22:46:00 -0800

I am very new to linux, and I am trying to install it on a slightly older computer without a terribly big hard drive.  I have created a parted boot disk, and when i attempt to resize, I get this message.
    Error" The FATs aren't big enough to describe all clusters!  Each FAT is 250 sectors.  There are 63999 clusters, which would require eat FAT to be 251 sectors.  This is REALLY weird.  You might want to write us an email: address@hidden
And then it goes back to the (parted) prompt.  I'm very new and very lost, please help.  Thanks

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