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That is not a Linux problem, but a BIOS problem, which affects only quite old systems (the first limit was about 504MiB; logical CHS addressing allowed for up to about 8GiB). The BIOS must be capable of using LBA (INT 13h Extensions, defined 1998 with virtually unlimited address space (64 bit)) for Linux to boot from behind 8GiB. There are several versions ...
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