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Old 6th April 2006, 08:31
Jorem Jorem is offline
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Default KErnel not showing all my memory

My kernel is only showing 886 of the 2048 MB memory.

I know that for Mandrake there are up 1GB kernels and they work great on my other system with 2GB. I have been lookig for this kernels for Debian but haven't found a good place.

Can somebody help me with this. How can a change the current 2.6 kernel to support the full 2GB memory, or where can a find a up 1GB kernel for Debian?

Thanks for your help
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