Let's correct this. Older versions of linux DID have a size limit of 2GB, however, that disappeared with 2.4.0 release. Yes you have to have LFS (Large File Support) compiled in kernel, but that option is compiled in all default kernels NeroLinux is supposed to support..
I really doubt anyone uses these old old linux distros except some corporate users that are too cheap to switch to somthing newer, even though, these users must at least have updated thier kernel to somthing newer.
Come on.. let's remove this stupid limitation (or at least give us the option to disable it in runtime)