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I have 80 meg of memory and Linux doesn't recognize it.
Then, I edit my lilo.conf and add

append="mem=80MB"

# lilo

restart my computer, and it still doesn't work. Did I miss something?
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Question by:kobo100198
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by:ahoffmann
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Did your BIOS recognize it?
Probably you need to setup your CMOS first.
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by:kobo100198
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have figured it out. I should use 80M instead of 80MB
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jetx earned 20 total points
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/etc/lilo.conf
add

append="mem=80M"


-Jeff
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