Re: System sees only 65M of memory
Does your bios have the setting memory hole at 64M activated? I'm not sure if
that's the exact option. I only vaguely remember something like that as I
haven't rebooted for such a long time - and sorry - I refuse to for this! ;-)
--On Monday, September 11, 2000 9:20 -0700 Erik <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On Wed, Aug 30, 2000 at 05:56:52PM -0600, Art Edwards wrote:
I just purchased two Athalon-based systems, each with 768M of ram.
However, under debian (potato runnin kernel 2.2.17) the OS sees only 65
M of memory. I have tried to use the append command
but it still sees only 65 M?
Does anyone have any ideas?
Arthur H. Edwards
712 Valencia Dr. NE
Abq. NM 87108
I haven't tried on my athlon, but i've heard that grub will autodetect
your ram correctly, and pass the info to the kernel. Still doesn't help
with the fact that mem= isn't working for you, but its a start :)
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