Re: 64Mb RAM maximum with linux?
Scott Likens (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thu, 21 Nov 1996 15:29:29 -0700 (MST)
> [Resume: Linux seen 64Mb in place of 96Mb installed]
> I have a PC with Intel Pentium 150Mhz on an ASUS P24T2P4C (bios 1.7)
> with 96Mb of RAM (2*32Mb EDO + 2*16Mb non EDO). Video card is Matrox MGA
> Millenium 4Mb WRAM with X-Inside's Accelerated-X. I have a WDC3100 on
> IDE primary master and a Philips CD on secondary master. I have also a
> Sound Blaster AWE32.
> Bios, DOS and Windows view my 96Mb, but, under Linux 2.1.10 & 2.0.25
When you have more then 64Megs of RAM you have to tell linux how much ram
you have, i forgot what the command is, but it's available...