Or upgrade to 2.2.5, either way. But he's right, that's how you pass the kernel
boot paramaters every time you start up. You can also pass it parameters at the
lilo boot prompt. Just append the param to the end of boot image name. I don't
know what would happen if you passed win98 boot params. Who knows, probobly
> >I know this was posted awhile ago on this list somewhere concerning having
> >more than 64 MB of RAM. I just recently upgrade my RAM fm 64 MB to 128 MB.
> >Window95/NT seems to be able to see the 128 MB of RAM, but for some reason
> >RH5.2 Linux can only see 64 MB. Can someone either re-post the email
> >concerning this problem or please help? Of all the books I've been reading
> >on Linux I can't seem to find the area concerning RAM.
> Upgrade to the release 2.0.36-3 kernel package from updates.redhat.com.
> If it still refuses to see your memory, put this statement right under
> the "image=" statement in your /etc/lilo.conf:
> Then run /sbin/lilo
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