Well I tried mem=32M from the lilo boot prompt,
and that works - so I think all my problems
were caused/associated with loadlin/dos.
On Mon, 15 May 2000, Philip Reynolds wrote:
> Try setting the memory a couple of megs lower than your total memory (i.e. if
> it's 128 MB RAM use 124 MB)
>> When booting try doing it at the LiLo boot prompt
> linux mem="124M"
> Also if you have it in lilo.conf make sure it's just before the first image
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