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Re: maximum size of unix root folder

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  • John Rethorst
    I forget when it was that the OS was updated to handle disk/folder sizes larger than 2 gb. SheepShaver itself shouldn t have a constraint, although I d
    Message 1 of 2 , Dec 2, 2007
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      I forget when it was that the OS was updated to handle disk/folder sizes
      larger than 2 gb. SheepShaver itself shouldn't have a constraint, although
      I'd increase the ram allocation in SheepShaverGUI if I noticed any problems
      after assigning a large folder to the unix root.

      John R.


      --- In wordperfectmac@yahoogroups.com, "hacky8sack" <hacky8sack@...> wrote:
      >
      > To anyone:
      > I'm hoping to upgrade to an intel machine and continue to use wp3.5e
      > under SS, but I'm worried about being able to access my many, many old
      > wp files. I understand the unix root folder is what SS and wp can
      > "see", and that one can assign it to be the same as the document
      > folder of OS X. But can it be any size? I have at least 7 or 8 GB of
      > files that I would want to be able to access -- meaning I would want
      > to be able to browse through my files, and then open the file of my
      > choosing with wp. Can one set this folder to be as large as this, or
      > is there some inherent size limit?
      > Steve
      >
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