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Bug#410596: lowmem

Hello again :(

Steve, this image: http://people.debian.org/~vorlon/alpha-lowmem.img <http://people.debian.org/%7Evorlon/alpha-lowmem.img>
I finally couldn't try it, I had no option of netbooting.

Now, the problem of not allowing the installation on low mem (64MB) alpha systems persists. That is, now the manifestation is the following message:

ram0: rw=0, want=333282, limit=322768
attempt to access beyond end of device

This message gets print out in an endless loop repeating itself right after the RAMDISK boot message, it doesn't even get to the menus.

As I already said, my boot options at SRM are:

boot dka200 -fi boot/vmlinuz -fl "ramdisk_size=16384 initrd=/boot/initrd.gz root=/dev/ram devfs=mount,dall priority=low netcfg/disable_dhcp=true"

(booting as: 'boot dka200 -flags 0' produces the same results)

I hope this is a minor thing which could be fixed.



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