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Re: vancouver revisited

Joey Hess <joeyh@debian.org> writes:

> Riku Voipio wrote:
>> I've tired using Debian on nfsroot/nbd on a Linksys wap54g. Unfortunatly 
>> I ran out of ram often, and swapping over nfs patches have disappeared 
>> into the time, while swapping over NBD gained some serious lockups.. 
>> An usb-slot seems to be necessary with current memory requirements of
>> a fully featured distribution.
> Yes, a 16 mb machine like the wap54g is a bit low on memory. I've not
> had any problems running debian on my 32mb WRT54GS, including running
> aptitude and the like. My current dream machine is the WL-500G Deluxe,
> which has 32 mb ram and 2 usb2 ports.

And you didn't install locales. Installing that eats up 64Mb ram


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