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Configuring Linux to recognize all of the memory available

This article gives a detailed explanation on configuring Linux to  recognize memory till 64GB.It should work for most of the distros since all of them share the same kernel code 

 

http://www.linux.com/archive/feed/119287

Volker1
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Re: Configuring Linux to recognize all of the memory available

The article is from 2007... Nowadays most distributions will come in both 64bit or 32-bit+PAE kernel versions. So no matter what you use, you can access all of your ram (as long as your hardware is capable of doing so).

 

The 4GB 32-bit barrier is just a Windows thing since Microsoft refuses to enable PAE in their consumer OS'es.

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Re: Configuring Linux to recognize all of the memory available

volker1,

 

Thank you for the info  Smiley Tongue

 

.Put it here because some users were unable to use all of their memory.  

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