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ID Category Severity Reproducibility Date Submitted Last Update
0002576 [SkyOS 5.0 - Beta] crash always 2008-12-28 07:43 2008-12-31 18:27
Reporter umccullough View Status public  
Assigned To
Priority normal Resolution open  
Status new  
Summary 0002576: LiveCD boot fails with Low Memory, wrong amount of RAM detected
Description Trying to boot the LiveCD on a Dell Dimension XPS R450 (old machine):

Pentium II 450
384mb RAM
3c905 netcard
16gb HD
ATI Rage video card

The serial debug log indicates that only 64mb was detected, and boot fails pretty early with a "Low Memory" panic.

Tried other boot options from the grub menu with no success.

Memtest86+ sees the RAM and tests fine - also Debian and Haiku both see the RAM on this machine fine.
Additional Information
Tags No tags attached.
Environment Native
Reported for build 6947
Fixed in build
VersionType LiveCD Retail
Attached Files txt file icon skyos_6947_dellr450.txt [^] (24,481 bytes) 2008-12-28 07:43
jpg file icon grub_displaymem_dellr450.jpg [^] (238,066 bytes) 2008-12-31 18:26

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umccullough (reporter)
2008-12-28 07:43

Oops, forgot to mention that a serial debug log is attached.
umccullough (reporter)
2008-12-31 18:27

I noticed that grub also was only detecting 64mb, even Debian's grub, even though Debian finds the remaining RAM when it loads.

I noted this: [^]

So I ran it and uploaded a picture of the output in case it's useful.

- Issue History
Date Modified Username Field Change
2008-12-28 07:43 umccullough New Issue
2008-12-28 07:43 umccullough File Added: skyos_6947_dellr450.txt
2008-12-28 07:43 umccullough Environment => Native
2008-12-28 07:43 umccullough Reported for build => 6947
2008-12-28 07:43 umccullough VersionType => LiveCD Retail
2008-12-28 07:43 umccullough Note Added: 0002779
2008-12-31 18:26 umccullough File Added: grub_displaymem_dellr450.jpg
2008-12-31 18:27 umccullough Note Added: 0002780

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