Dan Burcaw (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thu, 6 May 1999 13:34:04 -0600 (MDT)
This is a kernel problem...
We'll have a new 2.2.7 based Blue and White kernel that should fix many of
these problems on the ftp site later today.
On Thu, 6 May 1999, Josep M. Lucas wrote:
> I have installed CS 1.0 in my Blue G3 400 MHz, 512Mb RAM, UW2 SCSI,
> without any problems. However, if RAM is expanded to 768 Mb, Linux hangs
> in booting (only appears the first message from Bootx, which ends with
> I have tried different configurations of DIMMS in the four banks
> available, but booting only was OK with a maximum of 644 Mb
> (256+256+128). Every time I add the last 128 DIMM, Linux don't boot.
> There is no problem (i believe) in DIMMS, as they can be exchanged with
> the same results.
> Is there any limit for RAM in kernel 2.2.6? or anybody has a suggestion
> to solve this problem.
> Thank you
> Josep M. Lucas
Terra Soft Solutions, Inc.
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