Am Wednesday 01 October 2008 10:40:23 schrieb Ji ZhengYu: Hi, > IOMMU means input/output memory management unit. > I assume that your kernel has IOMMU support built in, then you should > `vi /boot/grub/menu.1st' and add `iommu=calgary' to the end of kernel > line. That doesn't work either. > As you have 4G memory, maybe change kernel to another which have > `bigmem' support is a good idea, and you will try this if it doesn't work > after doing above. Where can i find a "bigmem"-kernel in debian? Must i compile this kernel by myself? Greetings, -- Andreas Richter URLs: http://www.anrichter.net | http://www.oszine.de GPG-KeyID: 0x7BA12DD9 Fingerprint: D2E9 202B F4F0 EB16 25DE 5FF7 0CF2 3C57 7BA1 2DD9
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