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SubjectRe: Any good reason why these is so much memory "reserved"?
On Tue, Dec 05, 2000 at 02:40:59AM -0800, Adam J. Richter wrote:
> Gábor Lénárt writes:
> >On Tue, Dec 05, 2000 at 02:18:59AM -0800, Adam J. Richter wrote:
> >> Recently, I have had occasion to build a system on a floppy
> >> for a 4MB machine that we use as a router. In the past, the kernels
> >
> >I've played with this too. You can't use ramdisk easily on such a system.
> [snip]
>
> We are using such a system and have been for years.
> If you'll reread my posting, you will see that it is about relatively
> recent changes to the kernel that apparently have broken this.

Yes, I know. My goal was only to show that newer kernels has got more
memory overhead but it was easy with older kernels so I only want to
say that you mentioned: it seems to be true ...

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