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Version 0.8.0 with kernel 2.6.22.18: Version 0.7.5: Version 0.7.4: ...

scsi1: unhandled opcode: 5a scsi1: unhandled opcode: 51 ...

[ 3.936000] ata1.00: Host Protected Area detected: [ 3.936000] current size: 231496650 sectors [ 3.936000] native size: 234441648 sectors [ 3.936000] ata1.00: native size increased to 234441648 sectors [ 3.936000] ata1.00: ATA-7: WDC WD1200BEVS-75LAT0, 02.06M02, max UDMA/133 [ 3.936000] ata1.00: 234441648 sectors, multi 8: LBA48 NCQ (depth 0/1) [ 3.952000] ata1.00: configured for UDMA/133However, passing sda=stroke to either Arch or Ubuntu changed nothing.

From what I've read, even if the OS detects the HPA, it still can't write to it? Regardless, I think I'm going to file an Ubuntu bug report about this.

I see fdisk allows me to change the number of cylinders, yes...

but why isn't Ubuntu complaining about this problem? If I changed the number of cylinders in Arch, would this also affect Ubuntu?

I will try to replace the "panic" into a "warning". ---------------------------------------------------------------------- You can respond by visiting: https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?Our objective is to have an EXE file that installs F123 (which is based on Ubuntu 12.10 using Gnome Fallback) on a Windows 7 machine.As this GUI is not a default option on ubuntu 12.10, here is more info https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Ubuntu GNOME/Release Notes/12.10 A fourth developer is helping build the new version of F123 using live-build, but the 3 focused on the Co Linux challenge are using a pre-configured Co Linux version of ubuntu or Xubuntu with 12.04 or something, and are trying to upgrade to 12.10 Gnome Fallback, and getting all kinds of errors.I imagine the HPA on my drive contains either Dell's diagnostic tools or software for the Computrace feature in case of theft... Ideally, I suppose I'd want to disable HPA detection in Ubuntu, or just resize the partition below the non-HPA size. Since then, I've been using sda1 for Ubuntu, sda2 for hopping around, sda3 as swap and sda5 as a shared data partition.Any idea how I could disable HPA detection in Ubuntu?

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