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Nathan Robertson wrote:
> I'm running the 64 bit version of RHEL so I shouldn't need the PAE Kernel,
> correct?

Not having used 64-bit, I just don't know, but is there a hugemem version of
the 64-bit kernel?

	mark
> 
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>> Date: Sun, 27 Jan 2008 09:25:37 -0500
>> From: "Nathan Robertson" <nathan robertson gmail com>
>> Subject: Questions
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>> Hello--
>>
>> I am evaluating Red Hat Enterprise Linux on an HP Proliant ML115 machine
>> and
>> I'm having some issues getting it set up properly.
>>
>> First, the system doesn't recognize all of my installed memory.  I am
>> running 64 bit version of Red Hat 5.  I have 8GBs of memory and the system
>> (using free) states that I only have 3GBs available.  How do I get Red Hat
>> to recognize all of my system memory?
>>
>> Second, I can't get Red Hat to display correctly on my Dell monitor.  If I
>> set the display resolution for 1024x768 then the bottom 10th of the screen
>> becomes pixelated and unusable.  Also 1024x768 is the highest resolution
>> the
>> system will let me use.  The built in graphics card is a Matrox Millennium
>> which Red Hat detects as a G200.  It has run at 1024x768 in other
>> operating
>> systems.
>>
>> Any help with these issues would be greatly appreciated.
>>
>> Nate
>>
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>> Message: 2
>> Date: Sun, 27 Jan 2008 09:21:19 -0600 (CST)
>> From: Barry Brimer <lists brimer org>
>> Subject: Re: Questions
>> To: General Red Hat Linux discussion list <redhat-list redhat com>
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>> On Sun, 27 Jan 2008, Nathan Robertson wrote:
>>
>>> Hello--
>>>
>>> I am evaluating Red Hat Enterprise Linux on an HP Proliant ML115 machine
>> and
>>> I'm having some issues getting it set up properly.
>>>
>>> First, the system doesn't recognize all of my installed memory.  I am
>>> running 64 bit version of Red Hat 5.  I have 8GBs of memory and the
>> system
>>> (using free) states that I only have 3GBs available.  How do I get Red
>> Hat
>>> to recognize all of my system memory?
>> I believe you need the PAE kernel .. assuming your system does PAE.  Try
>> installing it with "yum install kernel-PAE" .. the PAE might be in lower
>> case .. not sure if it matters.
>>
>>> Second, I can't get Red Hat to display correctly on my Dell monitor.  If
>> I
>>> set the display resolution for 1024x768 then the bottom 10th of the
>> screen
>>> becomes pixelated and unusable.  Also 1024x768 is the highest resolution
>> the
>>> system will let me use.  The built in graphics card is a Matrox
>> Millennium
>>> which Red Hat detects as a G200.  It has run at 1024x768 in other
>> operating
>>> systems.
>> If you are unable to find the setting you would like with the detected
>> hardware, you can use the generic settings in system-config-display.
>>
>> Barry
>>
>>
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