Re: Debian 7 and external monitors and graphics adaptors
On 18/04/2015, Liam O'Toole <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 2015-04-17, David Wright <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Quoting Bret Busby (email@example.com):
>>> The computers upon which I run Debian 6, have only 16 GB of RAM, and,
>> Lucky you. 2GB here.
>>> expecially with Debian 6 not having adequate memory management (as
>>> previously mentioned, memory swapping does not work effectively), so,
>> Eh? Squeeze ran quite happily for me with a Klamath Pentium II on an
>> Atlanta mobo with 384MB of RAM. What on earth *are* you running?
> I suspect the OP is confused about used vs free memory.
It has been made quite clear, in previous posts - it is to do with the
RAM being used up without memory swapping, occurring, when memory
usage shows at 90-95%, with no memory swapping.
But, this thread has now descended into flaming, and so I simply give
up on it, and, on trying to get Debian 7 to work, via the mailing
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