On Tue, Nov 07, 2000 at 12:11:33PM +0000, Satbinder.Singh at eontec.com came forth with:
>> How do I append the reference to RAM I have on my pc.
>> If I am using Grub!
>> Where is the conf file for grub or what is it called!
>> I have 128 Ram! the system only recognises 64M.
>info GRUB (if it's installed properly).
the menu file is /boot/grub/menu.lst
you need to set the kernel command to be
how old is the machine if it's not recognising memory.
GRUB is harder to use than LILO at the moment (mainly because
so few people use it), but it has some much nicer features
(being able to pick which kernel you want to boot at boot time
makes me happy)
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