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Re: sorta of a bug "ramzswap"

From: James Youngman
Subject: Re: sorta of a bug "ramzswap"
Date: Mon, 15 Aug 2011 22:54:30 +0100

On Mon, Aug 15, 2011 at 4:24 PM, Bill Baker <address@hidden> wrote:
> Help, running out of time to get this network up...
> On trying to install on a Toshiba with less than 500 MG Ram I get a fatal
> error... It has to do with restrictions that you put in place and i can't
> find them so guess they are in kernel or lib some where  like " if ram is
> <=500 then term ramzswap" which then totally disengages my install.  Please
> remove this requirement or lower it or maybe another work around.
> Thought about checking newest kernels 3.0.1 OR 3.0.1 rc1 as they look like
> they address this or compcache.
> In my mind it would just be simpler to lower the ram requirement and I'll
> add swap and just tell me where to teleport it from lol ;)

I'm not sure why you emailed this list, findutils has nothing to do
with ramzswap or compcache.

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