I had the very same problem with Mandrake 7, 256M down to 64M, bit of a
difference. You need to edit /etc/lilo.conf and add the line
Add this line just below the label=linux line (or whatever label is used to
boot linux. Then type lilo to re-write to the boot sector.
On 13-Jun-00 David Meagher wrote:
i recently got a new big shiny g-way pc (don't laugh) with 192mb and installed
Everything went perfect in the install and the modem et al all work fine.
*BUT* when installing in, the setup asked me how much memory was installed,
saying it could detect 64mb. I told it there was 192mb. Now when mandrake
loads up, the console screen tells me there's 64mb.
is this a problem or just a typo?
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Date: 13-Jun-00, 11:11:52
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