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Suse 9.1 install errror:  Out Of Memory: Killed Process 189

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Out Of Memory: Killed Process 189

Im getting this in the start of the installation and it just stops there
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How much memory do you have? What type of system are you installing on?
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You need at least 128MB for the graphical installer, if you have less then that, try a manual installation with the text mode installer.
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