Okay, it seems new users are banned from posting URLs. So I'm retyping my post without any URL or any other fancy formatting (including paragraph breaks and quotation marks). Can Linux boot a 3 TB hard drive using a combination of a traditional (non-EFI) BIOS motherboard and a GPT-aware boot loader such as GRUB 2? I have the impression that this is possible from an IBM developerWorks article titled Make the most of large drives with GPT and Linux. (You can copy and paste the title into Google to get the URL. It should be the first hit.)
No announcement yet.
GPT on a non-EFI motherboard (repost)