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Re: tlug: To set the record straight.

Yes, as Yamashita-san says, there are two issues here.

First, the BIOS must recognize the RAM above 64M and initialize
the chipset to support that RAM, assuming the motherboard hardware
can support it.  You should be able to confirm this from the
POST diagnostic messages before LILO.

Second, the Linux kernel must recognize that RAM.  I guess that
the mem= argument is the solution to this second issue.

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