I am trying to install Red Hat 5.0 on a box with only 4MB of RAM. Using boot
disks, it gets to the point where it trys to load the root image into a ram
drive, and then runs out of memory and hangs. Using autoboot.bat on the CD, it
tells me straight out that I don't have enough free memory ("load buffer size"
According to the documentation, it is theoretically possible to run Linux on
only 2MB, but no indication is given on how this can be accomplished. Can
anyone out there help me?