I have a SB16 PnP card, and to get it to work under linux, I have
to boot up into dos, load the right drivers, and then use loadlin
to boot linux. That way, the proper IRQ's & DMA get set correctly.
However, I just installed 96M of ram, and to get linux to see it,
I was advised to use lilo to boot, and use the append="mem=96M"
line in /etc/lilo.conf to force linux to see that much.
But, now since I am not booting into DOS, the sound initialization
does not happen.
Can I set the memory to force to 96M through loadlin?
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