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Sorry, but I must say BS

Posted by: Anonymous [ip:] on September 25, 2007 11:59 PM
Almost ANY actual linux distribution (hell, even older ones) is capable of using 4G. The only real limitation that exists is that a single process can not use more than 2 (or lately 3) G of ram at a time.
I don't know how you actually came up with all this stuff, but it's really useless and you are only sending people on wrong paths. Hell, you don't need to recompile any kernel in order to be able to use up to 4G ram on 32 bit platforms.


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