From: Gary Mc Closkey (gmc at domain indigo.ie)
Date: Tue 19 Oct 1999 - 18:28:50 IST
Various installation guides and usenet postings suggest either explicitly
specifying the memory, especially if you have over 64MB, or else lying about
the amount of memory e.g. using MEM=64M when yu really have 96M, when
you're having difficulty with the installation.
I haven't seen any specific reason (e.g. a code sample) as to exactly why
it helps, at this stage it may just be myth.
From: John P . Looney <valen at domain tuatha.org>
>On Tue, Oct 19, 1999 at 02:14:22PM +0100, Damian O'Sullivan mentioned:
>> How much RAM in the machine?? Try passing mem=64MB to the install.
> 96MB. Why should that make a difference ?
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