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Re: very common kernel modules slow down the boot process



Konrad Meyer wrote:
Quoth Andrew Farris:
Ralf Corsepius wrote:
[1] One of these machines is an ancient i586. On this machine, RAM is
such kind of tight (64MB), any spared memory is valuable. More built-in
kernel modules probably will mean the death of Fedora on this class of
machines.
I would have thought it already got there.. 64Mb wow?

I have a i586 with 128M of ram running Fedora 8. It doesn't run X, but it works great as a low-capacity web/dhcp/etc server and router.

Do these older/limited machines do anything better now than they did in the 2.4 kernel days?

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  Les Mikesell
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