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Re: [SLE] recounting RAM memory when rebooting (Linux is not likeWindows)
  • From: Adagilson B B da Silva <adagilson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 10 Jan 2003 08:25:23 -0200
  • Message-id: <3E1E9F93.7090402@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
So, it was about this I was talking about.
Is there a way to make my digital vassal —my pc and his OS, SuSE 8.0— restarting with a "warm boot"?
thanks for helping, Jesse
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Purdom, Jesse escreveu:

A "warm boot" is a reboot of your PC, usually called by the installed O/S, or by hitting the Reset button (if you have one), that bypasses POST testing. This is, if I am not mistaken, why you are not seeing it count RAM. Disabling this does not make your OS better and has nothing at all to do with the OS. The best way I know of to keep your system from counting RAM at power-on is to just pull the RAM and throw it away, then you wont have to worry about it any more. Sort of that, just sit back, let it count, and enjoy.


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