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SubjectRe: >128 MB RAM stability problems (again)
Reza Roboubi <reza@linisoft.com> wrote:
> Nobody has answered a basic concern:
> Why does Win2k work while Linux does not?

I did post a possible answer for this: different OSes excercise the memory
subsystem very differently. This is why a box might run (say) Win95
apparently stably, but not be able to run Linux. The same reasoning applies
to other OSes. I've seen this many times myself.

Charles
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