I've got a situation.... I've got a 2.2GB SCSI disk running off a
1542CF. There are 4 partitions:
1- Win95 (~1GB)
3-Linux Swap (~50MB)
4-Linux Native (~550MB)
For DOS/Win95 to recognize the entire drive, I enabled the Extended
BIOS support on the 1542CF. Linux's FDISK was able to create the 2
partitions (though it notes some "warnings"). When I re-boot, the
1542's BIOS gives me a warning about potential disk corruption- the
Win95 and DOS partitions seem to be fine.
Is this going to be a problem for Linux? Can I just ignore the error
message? Or is there a work around to this, to remove the errors? Of
course in a perfect world I could just make the drive Linux only, but
unforetuneately that isn't realistic in my situation.