Subject: Re: Ah!
To: Aaron David Rosenzweig <>
From: Ken Nakata <>
List: macbsd-general
Date: 06/15/1995 12:33:29
> 	I wonder...when booting the Mac should virtual memory be turned
> off as well?  If so that makes sense that RAMdoubler wouldn't work when
> enabled.

Yup.  I used to turn on VM when I wanted to use SML/NJ for Mac because
it wanted at least 12M memory and all I got was 8M.  After playing
with SML/NJ, I tend to forget rebooting the machine with VM turned
off, and MacBSD booter gets busted if I try.