8.4 and PAE addressing
TonySivori at yahoo.com
Sat Apr 4 20:32:00 UTC 2009
On Sat, 04 Apr 2009 13:11:35 -0700, Paul Lemmons wrote:
> If you want to stay 32 bit the simple solution is to install the
> "server" kernel instead of the "generic" kernel. The "server" kernel
> will use all of your memory.
Right, I read about that when I attempted to find the solution.
Unfortunately, if what I read is correct, that fix does not allow
installation of the Nvidia driver module.
The reason I upgraded the hardware was that the current computer won't
play full 1080 HD video on my 24" monitor. I don't know if the Nvida
driver would be better than the open source one for HD video, but I
occasionally play Chromium, which, unless I'm mistaken, requires the 3D
Any idea why PAE is not enabled by default? Several other distros seem to
have it enabled by default.
Due to spam, I'm filtering all Google Groups posters.
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