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_dev-null Page Icon Posted 2020-01-17 11:49 AM
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Hi!

I can confirm that 128MB RAM work with Jlime. I installed it and it booted up fine with all 128MB.
Since i have not got it to work with NetBSD, i think i give it a try and switch over to Linux.
But not with the old Jlime stuff. I found a post from a guy who successfully booted a 4.7 Linux Kernel ...

Here is a screenshot from the JLime desktop with Torsmo:




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_dev-null Page Icon Posted 2020-01-17 12:05 PM
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The code for more than 32MB Ram is already in the jlinexec.exe. The only thing we have to do is to replace the mem=32m in the params.txt with mem=128m

\Storage Card\zimage 
\Storage Cardroot=/dev/hda2 mem=128m


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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2020-01-17 2:29 PM
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Very cool. Sorry to hear you couldn't get it working under NetBSD though.

Is it stable if you fill it up and really pummel it?
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_dev-null Page Icon Posted 2020-01-20 1:26 PM
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Yes. I think everything works, even if i compile large sources with gcc the machine is stable.

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stingraze Page Icon Posted 2020-01-21 2:51 AM
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Way cool!
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