Re: added RAM, RAM not recognized by debian
Thanks, you are correct. Guess I'll make the move to a new kernel
Ron Johnson wrote:
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> On 09/28/06 09:39, fraz wrote:
> > Just switched a processor on a system, went fine, but added an
> > additional gig of ram and debian doesn't seem to see it.
> > It shows up in the BIOS. Googled a bit and added "mem=2048M" to the
> > kernal
> > line in /boot/grub/grub.conf. Didn't work. Still just shows a gig (the
> > original memory). cat /proc/meminfo doesn't show it, nor does top,
> > vmstat, etc.
> > Don't wanna get flamed, but am running unstable 2.4.27 woody right now
> > and don't want to reinstall if I don't need to. Just want to get this
> > memory recognized.
> Your kernel probably is not configured to recognize more than 1GB.
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> Ron Johnson, Jr.
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> whites are superior to blacks, and that those with brown skins
> are mud people.
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