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Re: [TEKNIK] RAM



In <sslug@sslug> Thomas Fangel <sslug@sslug> writes:

>Jeg har netop købt noget mere RAM til min maskine. Når jeg starter
>maskinen op tæller den fint den nye RAM med, men Linux kan ikke "se"
>den. I følge /proc/meminfo har hukommelsen stadig den gamle størrelse.
>Skulle Linux ikke automatisk detektere den nye RAM eller er der noget
>jeg skal gøre? Jeg kører Mandrake 7.0.

Almindeligvis finder Linux selv ud af  hvor meget RAM der er i
maskinen. Det kan dog kikse en gang imellem - det er åbenbart
noget der kan være lidt vanskeligt at få ud af BIOS'en. Du kan
dog sagtens bruge din nye RAM med Linux - du skal blot tilføje
en linie til /etc/lilo.conf hvor der står
   append="mem=256M"
(hvis du har 256 MB RAM - ret det til det rigtige antal) og så
køre /sbin/lilo. Efter en reboot skulle du nu kunne se den fulde
mængde RAM.

Enkelte - især ældre - BIOS'er reserverer en smule RAM i toppen
af memory-området til sig selv, derfor kan det nogle gange være
nødvendigt at angive en mængde RAM som er en smule under, hvad
man faktisk har installeret. Hvis man trækker 1 MB fra, er du
på den helt sikre side.
-- 
Henrik Storner     | "Software engineering is a race between engineers 
<sslug@sslug> |  who try to create foolproof software and the 
                   |  universe which is trying to create bigger fools.
                   |  So far, the universe is winning..."


 
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