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I just had this same problem...  You have to type something like Ramdisk0 at the
boot: prompt.  Press F1 and see.  When you do this it asks for the root disk
later.   Look at the install.html file in the directory where you got the base
disks, for exact instructions for installation on low memory systems.  Hope this
helps.


Philip and David Dutton Dutton wrote:

> I'm trying to install Debian on a 386 Dx 40 with 4MB RAM.
> When I booted up, it stoped with the system message:
> "RAMDISK: COmpressed image found at block 0"
> I downloaded the file lmemroot.bin and when I try to boot up it says that it
> is an invalid boot disk
> WHat should I do?
>
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