Re: 1GB RAM is missing.
Please do not top post.
> I just installed AMD64 Debian, put 4th RAM stick, but new sysytem does
> not see the memory, even if I set mem=3900M in grub.
> I completly do not know what to do now.
I'm using i386 debian with a custom kernel. I'm running on xeon dual core
processors. I did not set mem= on anything, but I do have the kernel
compiled for 64gb ram. Using 2.6.23 and I notice no slowdowns having 4gb of
> On Oct 24, 1:20 am, Wakko Warner <wa...@animx.eu.org> wrote:
> > Ron Johnson wrote:
> > > Modern 32 bit processors and chipsets map around those limitations.
> > > For many years there have been 32-bit server motherboards that
> > > accept and use (in both Linux and Windows) up to 64GB RAM.
> > I have a SuperMicro X7DA3+ board with 4gb of memory installed. Here's what
> > I see:
> > # uname -a
> > Linux vegeta 2.6.20-pae #4 SMP PREEMPT Wed Apr 4 18:10:06 EDT 2007 i686 GNU/Linux
> > # free
> > total used free shared buffers cached
> > Mem: 4150372 709824 3440548 0 143332 247752
> > -/+ buffers/cache: 318740 3831632
> > Swap: 0 0 0
> > #
> > I have not compiled my kernel for 64-bit yet. Given this I may not. I
> > really don't want to change my userland to 64-bit right now.
> > --
> > Lab tests show that use of micro$oft causes cancer in lab animals
> > Got Gas???
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