I don't know exactly how to do it w/ LTSP - because I have not been using it - but you could pass a mem=xxxM line. [i.e. mem=40M] js On Tue, 2002-11-05 at 08:02, Ken Worster wrote: > > > > > >I've seen 2 reasons for the message you got. > > > >1) The vmlinuz-2.4.9-ltsp-6 kernel has a problem detecting total > > memory on 486's and small pentiums. > > > >2) You have less than 8mb of memory. > > > > > >Could either of the above be true for you ? > > > >Jim McQuillan > >jam ltsp org > > > > > The Dell has 40 MB of RAM, so #2 is out. #1 sounds promising, as this > is a 486 client and that is the kernel I am using. Does anyone have any > suggestions as to how this kernel can be modified to work with the 486s > I have? Is there another kernel that would be more suitable? > > Ken > > > > _______________________________________________ > K12OSN mailing list > K12OSN redhat com > https://listman.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/k12osn > For more info see <http://www.k12os.org> -- VB programmers ask why no one takes them seriously, it's somewhat akin to a McDonalds manager asking employees why they don't take their 'career' seriously.
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