> I have successfully installed RH6.0 on an Intel 400MHz platform. I have
>a RAM of 128MB but running "cat /proc/meminfo" tells me that I have a
> 64MB. What can I do to make Linux recognize my full 128MB RAM? Any help
This is a FAQ. It looks like you didn't read them. Go do that, now.
Deja keeps them around; do a power search in this group for the keyword
"FAQ" and you should find a wealth of information.
When you boot the machine, enter "linux mem=128M" at the LILO prompt. At
boot, Linux asks the BIOS how much memory is in the machine, and some
BIOSes can only return a maximum value of 64M... so you have to tell the
kernel how much memory there is manually. Read the docs about LILO to
find out how to automate the process upon boot.
Matt G / Dances With Crows \ In the MS-DOStrix,
There is no Darkness in Eternity \----\ there is no fork().
But only Light too dim for us to see \
===== Usenet: ceci n'est pas une guerre des flammes =====