I have a Lindows (Debian based) system and I added memory to it. It runs
fine, but how can I confirm how much ram it thinks it has available?
> Will Cardwell
This worked fine, Nils. Thanks so much!Quote:> Open a shell then type: "free -m" and look what it reports as total
1. Please Confirm: Fatal signal 11 compiling kernel RAM problem
The following is from a thread in c.o.linux.misc.
It is a reply to a message from me. I've posted it here because the
folk who read this group are likely to be on average alot more
familliar with both GCC and Linux memory internals than in .misc.
*** The problem (x 3) ***
**** The solution (Hopefully?) ****
***** Other factors *****
This is kinda interesting, because another question I've asked in
c.o.linux.misc relates to my system freezing up occasionally.
However I've already replaced the RAM (but not the Cache)
But It strikes me as wierd that the system can run apparently fine for
up to a week, but GCC cant get past a dozen source files without
aborting with this error...
So what do you bunch think? Have I been given a solution to two
problems at once?
Thanks in advance,
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