TazNJ wrote:Ahh, my bad.. Told you I'm a total weenie when it comes to Linux!
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zcat /proc/config.gz | grep CONFIG_EFI_PARTITION
I also did the kernel.config file, but I assume you don't want it thrown into a post because it's 32k. Looks like attachments are also disabled here.. Suggestion?
Just keep it on hand in case someone wants to dig through it.
BTW, I don't think EFI has much to do with partition size. >2 TB partition tables use the GPT format, which is handled by LVM under Linux if I remember correctly. An EFI partition is a partition that contains firmware data, as used by newer motherboards that are ditching the age-old 16-bit BIOS code in favor of UEFI.