For 2GB of RAM it makes no sense. You just need this on 32bit machines with more than 4GB of RAM.
as I have still trouble with restore after suspend-to-disk, I read, that this issue was gone with a kernel with non pae.
This brings the following question:
MUST I use (or is it RECOMMENDED?) a kernel with PAE in my system?
CPU N280 (with PAE usable)
2 GB RAM
32-Bit operating system (debian/testing)
Do I have any advantages or disadvantages by using a PAE-Kernel or NON-PAE-kernel? I will never be able to use more than 2 GB RAM, as this EEEPC got only one RAM slot (I never saw a single DDR2 4 GB RAM-module, just 2 GB).
Thanks for the hint.
P.S. For Gene Haskett: I tried a NON-PAE kernel on my EEEPC - did not boot (just an idea....)