Re: 80 MB ram in debian system
> solution - NT boot loader, bootmenu, LILO, loadlin, etc.) you can install
> lilo on the floppy and configure it to boot the kernel located on the hard
If you are just starting out and don't want to mess around
with configuration files or just want to experiment, you can manually
enter "mem=80M" (don't type the quotes) or whatever amount of RAM you have
at the "boot:" line. You would have to do this each time you boot. That
would be equivalent to 'append="mem=80M"' in your lilo.conf file. LILO
really is the better way to go, as Alex pointed out.
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