compiling with an AMD
whistler at blinksoft.com
Sat Apr 1 00:28:21 EST 2000
That is not true I just stuck 256 in a machine that had been running on 96
and it now includes it all automatically with out the command line.
On Fri, 31 Mar 2000, Jacob Schmude wrote:
> Well, I do not know about the first question, but as of linux making use
> of all that ram, not by default. However, you can add the
> "mem=256" parameter to the kernel command line and then it will use it
> On Mon, 8 Mar 1999, scott howell wrote:
> > When compiling a kernel, and you have one of the new Atholon K7 AMD
> > processors, is it better to compile as a Pentium or K6 AMD processor.
> > Also, I was wondering, if you have 256mb of ram, will Linux make use of
> > all that ram?
> > tnx
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