FA: Motorola Powerstack 603e 100Mhz, 64Mb Ram, 4Gig Seagate

1. Q: 128 MB, 64MB cachable -> 64MB RAM disk, swap space?

I've got a mainboard with the Intel TX chip set, which can just cache
64 MB RAM. Since I've put another 64M in my machine it has noticeable
slowed down. Quite a few people should have encountered this problem
and maybe someone has already managed to configure the upper 64MB as
swap space?
I would greatly appreciate any pointer to a FAQ, a RTFM hint or
instructions on how to do it!
B.t.w I'm using Linux 2.0.33.
Regards and thanks in advance
  Uli
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