Huh, I'm also interested to know. My /etc/lilo.conf shows this (=:
)=: I have a multi-boot. Where will I insert the append=mem=128M"?
Jimmy Navarro KE6FPK
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> You put the line "append=mem=128M" somewhere in the section of the
> /etc/lilo.conf which you want to boot.
> Changes in the /etc/lilo.conf file take effect ONLY after running
> You should see messages appearing such as "added dos *
> added linux"
> > I've been to Dejanews where a search revealed several posts asking how to get Linux to recognize
> > that there's 128 MB RAM installed. The methods tried by some (unsuccessful) and implemented
> > (successfully) by others is to add append="mem=128M" to /etc/lilo.conf. Been there, done that, and
> > still only 64 MB is recognized. Where should this line be added? Top, middle, end of file?
> > One post suggested that LILO be run after modifying lilo.conf. Is not LILO "run" after a restart?
> > Help.
> > TIA,
> > John McKee
> > Democracy is three wolves and a sheep voting what to have for lunch.