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Re: Anaconda Graphic Install Problem



Yeah man, mem is pretty cheap these days. Just invest in a stick of 128. Or if ya like I can sell ya one for cheap.

On 9/4/05, oldman < talbotscott cox net> wrote:
Robin wrote:

>Hi All,
>
>This is more of a note then a problem.. I have noticed this posted to
>the list a few times (I searched the archives), but right before the
>install begins in Graphics Mode after I give the go ahead that I have
>the 4 required disks, I get an error that indicates that not enough
>memory can be allocated and Anaconda Reboots the system.
>
>As stated before the only solution is to do the install in Text mode
>(which is proceeding as I write).  My suggestion is to improve the
>memory management of Anaconda.
>
>By the way I am using a Pentium 4 2.8GHz, w/ 96 MB of RAM.
>
>
    The release notes of every FC distro clearly states:


      3.3. Memory Requirements

This section lists the memory required to install Fedora Core 4.

This list is for 32-bit x86 systems:

    *

      Minimum for text-mode: 64MB

    *

      Minimum for graphical: 192MB

    *

      Recommended for graphical: 256MB



Scott



>Just thought I would let you know.
>
>Regards,
>
>Diilbert
>
>
>

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