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On Friday 16 April 2004 15:12, Michael Treacy wrote:
> One quick question: the new server is a Dell 1600SC with 1GB of RAM.
> However, in the bootup it comes up with a message stating that there is
> 256MB available. And when I do a check in SuSE, it gives me 256MB as the
> total amount of Physical memory. It says 1024MB in the bios settings and
> the 256MB message comes up before Linux starts booting.
>> Is this normal? (surely not!) Is it possible to get at the rest of the
You may have to pass the total memory to the kernel at boot time, havent had
to do this is a while. the syntax is
mem=<totalmemory in MB>M
email jason at jcorcoran.net
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