Re: More that 64 Mb memory
You need to modify the /etc/lilo.conf file and add a startup parameter of
It's pretty much, that simple...
hope it helps...
On 29 Dec 1997, Douglas Bates wrote:
> I have searched the FAQ's but I still can't find the answer to this
> one. I have a new machine with 128 Mb. of memory. When I boot a
> standard kernel using the standard lilo configuration from Debian the
> kernel reports only 64 Mb of memory. Could someone tell me what I
> change to have the kernel recognize the full available memory?
> Also, this is a dual-processor system. If I look at /proc/cpuinfo it
> seems to be reporting only one processor. Could someone please remind
> me how to check if both processors are being used?
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