On Sun, 8 Aug 1999, David Ryan wrote:
Thanks for the suggestions. I must have been doing something
weird, because when I tried it again it worked. It will accept
mem=128m with no problem. By the way, how is this affected by
the 8m memory which is shared with the AGP ? I have also set it
to mem=120m and it works too. Is using mem=128m likely to do bad
No memory is shared with AGP. Linux doesn't support that yet.
Unless you're using the experimental G200 GLX stuff.
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