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Re: tlug: cacheable memory

On Fri, Oct 22, 1999 at 07:54:42PM +0900, Yong-Ming Hua wrote:
>    But when I carefully read the first boot up message, it says
> something like memory=64MB....(obviously nullifying the 32MB!!!).
> So I want to use that 32MB, or any memory above 64MB. hmmmmmmmm
> I put mem=96MB to boot up, but the ol'girl doesn't accept it....

I use "mem=128M" successfully.


P.S. There were some motherboard chipsets that could only cache the first
64MB of RAM, but that didn't prevent you from using the rest... it just
wouldn't be cacheable.

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