Re: linux crash when RAM > 128MB
On 2 Nov 98 07:06:35 GMT, email@example.com (Oz Dror) wrote:
>I have hust installed debian 2.0 on new P-II machine.
>MB ASUS P2B-S (with aic7890)
>I have 2 SDRAMS 128MB each.
>When I try to boot linux with more then 128M linux crashes.
>Is this a hardware or software problem.
Try running it with only one of the SDRAMs in, and then try it with
the other. If it crashes, it's a hardware problem. If it doesn't,
it's (almost) certainly a software problem.
"But I need it to crash once every few days -
reboots are the only chance I get to sleep..."
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