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    SubjectRe: Can CONFIG_MAX_16M be removed?
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    > Since we have the "mem=" command line option to overrride the amount
    > of memory used, is the CONFIG_MAX_16M option necessary anymore? It
    > would seem to me that CONFIG_MAX_16M just causes confusion to new
    > Linux users.

    I'd rather see an option for compiling in the max memory, as some people
    boot linux directly and can't pass anything. This is real simple to add
    too - I'll even do it if necessary.

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