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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
> drive.

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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