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How would a person set up a slave disk with 1 gig of space to run linux on a 486 DX2-66 considering the bios requirements only allow two harddisks with 520 megs a piece?
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Linux doesn't use the BIOS.  You just need to install LILO on the boot partition.  Linux can then use the 1 gig disk as-is.
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