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adding_a_second_hard_drive [2016/10/09 13:06]
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adding_a_second_hard_drive [2019/04/20 15:27]
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 See [[http://​www.tech-g.com/​2012/​07/​25/​installing-my-3tb-hard-drive-on-debian-linux-step-by-step/​|Installing 3TB Hard Drive on Debian]] See [[http://​www.tech-g.com/​2012/​07/​25/​installing-my-3tb-hard-drive-on-debian-linux-step-by-step/​|Installing 3TB Hard Drive on Debian]]
  
-  * Couldn'​t use default partition scheme (2 TB is largest supported disk+  * Couldn'​t use default partition scheme (2 TB is largest supported disk
 +  * Had to make a new partition using the GUI application GParted in format '​gpt'​
  
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     * Note for CENTOS7 you need to install gnome-disk-utility     * Note for CENTOS7 you need to install gnome-disk-utility
     * Then run: gnome-disks     * Then run: gnome-disks
 +    * Upper right hand corner has the link to view SMART data
   * See Storage Devices on left side of GUI   * See Storage Devices on left side of GUI
   * Click on the new hard drive   * Click on the new hard drive
adding_a_second_hard_drive.txt · Last modified: 2019/04/20 15:27 by juckins