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Alfred M. Szmidt
Wed, 26 May 2004 23:02:43 +0200
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I saw in one place that the GNU/MACH could handle > 10gig file
No, it can handle >10Gb _disks_. And the name of GNU Mach is... GNU
However on the Debian site I see
The GNU/Hurd does not support partition sizes greater than about
However, several partitions can be created during the installation
process. The Hurd also uses extensions to the ext2 file system, the
call is "mke2fs -o hurd /dev/*". The installation CDs use this when
creating Hurd partitions.
Which is what I was used too from times past. Can you clarify this
Hopefully somethings were clafified, but I am sure what you wanted to
have clarified with the "mke2fs -o hurd /dev/FOO" issue.
Hello to all GNU/HURD developers. I have been out of the loop for a
long time since my move between the UK -> Norway and back to
Houston. I now will get to start messing about with the HURD again.
Hurray! Though the Hurd is spelt as "the Hurd", see FAQ for
- GNU/HURD, Donny Phillips, 2004/05/26
- Re: GNU/HURD,
Alfred M. Szmidt <=