inpc.us. It's pictured above.
The folks at linpc.us are partitioning this 1TB drive as FAT32 on one side and a portion of the drive to be formatted for Linux EXT3.
The reason is, FAT32 cannot read a single file larger than 4 gigabytes. I have a single file that is 9 gigabytes in size on my current system. I need to move this file from my existing system to the new system. FAT32 cannot handle this. But, EXT3 can!
Once again, another great reason to Get Linux!
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