Subject: RE: init386: can't find end of memory
To: None <>
From: Yubyub bird <>
List: port-i386
Date: 11/05/2000 12:06:29
It seems this is affecting me, too.  Compaq Proliant 5000 w/64mb.  The
kernels used to just detect 16 meg, which is okay (enough to
install/recompile with a fix).  But now the boot disks from the 20001014
snap give a "panic: init386: can't find end of memory".  1.5 seems to be
okay, but it doesn't have the drivers which I need to test...

Is it possible to force the kernel to think it has x amount of memory at
boot time?

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