Older Computers and New Speech Engines

Jude DaShiell jdashiel at shellworld.net
Fri Dec 26 14:25:53 UTC 2008

Definitely need a minimum of 512MB of memory for ubuntu.  If it's a really 
old computer you may be able to upgrade memory on it.  Those sometimes had 
as many as four memory slots but the new computers only have two memory 
slots.  That 512MB is likely going to be the absolute memory limit of your 
machine if it can be done.  I suspect sim memory was used and in a 
configuration with four slots the most that can take is four 128MB memory 

On Mon, 15 Dec 2008, Martin McCormick wrote:

> 	It looks like the ubuntu live CD doesn't boot properly
> because of insufficient memory. 256 megs is still not enough
> these days.
> 	Martin
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