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Re: not BS

Posted by: Anonymous [ip:] on September 26, 2007 09:42 AM
1). memory over 4G on IA32 is usually found just on big servers - where special kernels are already running;
2). 4G is something, 1G is something else. Any actual distro can use over 1G (the premise of this article) with no difficulty.
3). As an additional indication, the cited article on kerneltrap is a few years old. The problem is long time gone by now.


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