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crwdns2893794:0crwdne2893794:0 Brett Hartt ,

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Can my B&W-gone-Debian take a harddrive larger than 128GB?

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So, as Google will reveal, the PowerMac G3 B&W does not support harddrives larger than 128GB.  However, with the help of a friend, I recently turned an old B&W of mine into a server running Debian.  I popped a 250GB drive in, and after a couple of formatting procedures, Debian recognizes that I've got a 250GB installed.  So my question is, is it safe to use, or will it be that once I get past 128GB that my data will all corrupt?

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crwdns2893792:0crwdne2893792:0 Josh Calvetti ,

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Can my B&W-gone-Debian take a harddrive larger than 128GB?

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So, as Google will reveal, the PowerMac G3 B&W does not support harddrives larger than 128GB.  However, with the help of a friend, I recently turned an old B&W of mine into a server running Debian.  I popped a 250GB drive in, and after a couple of formatting procedures, Debian recognizes that I've got a 250GB installed.  So my question is, is it safe to use, or will it be that once I get past 128GB that my data will all corrupt?

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