On Sun, 09 Jul 2000 18:32:06 -0700, Jenny Luo
>I am trying to install Linux on 486SX (120MB HDD, 4MB RAM) as a server.
>During installation the computer hang after RAMDISK loading. The last
>Ramdisk: compressed image found in block 0
>Suspect the ramdisk is too small. Could anybody help on how I can
No, the problem is that your machine has too little memory to do a
standard install of any normal distribution. There's a guide on how to do
an installation if your available RAM is so tiny; it's at
although if you want this machine to serve *anything*, you'd better go get
more memory and a bigger disk.
Matt G / Dances With Crows /\ "Man could not stare too long at the face
\----[this space for rent]-----/ \ of the Computer or her children and still
\There is no Darkness in Eternity \ remain as Man." --David Zindell "So did
But only Light too dim for us to see\ they become Gods, or Usenetters?" --/me