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SubjectRe: Messages "ACPI attempting to access kernel owned memory"?
On Fri, Aug 31, 2001 at 03:56:00AM +0200, Andreas Franck wrote:
> So the solution was not to use a mem commandline. I have not found a way to
> tell GRUB it should not pass this option, so this should be fixed in GRUB.

the option you are looking for is --no-mem-option in grubs menu.lst.
For example:
kernel --no-mem-option (hd0,2)/boot/latest-kernel root=/dev/hda3


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