128megs of RAM...

Brad Cox kb1czq at sonic.net
Fri Dec 10 13:29:33 PST 1999

You should try upgrading to a recent kernel, as the recent ones (v2.2)
recognize all your ram with no kernel options.

On Fri, Dec 10, 1999 at 12:31:22PM -0800, Kevin Jamieson wrote:
> I'm having a problem with my new AMD K6-2 450 workstation.. I have a
> 128meg pc100 DIMM, but linux is only seeing 64 megs of it.  I've used the
> following command in my lilo.conf file: 
> 'append = "mem=128M"'
> but it still doesn't see it.  The motherboard counts it up to 128 when it
> boots, but still no dice. Does anyone have any ideas?

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