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Old 05-08-2007, 01:54 PM   #1
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FC7 test 4 Live CD kernel panic in Asus PB5 Deluxe with 4Gb RAM


Has anyone tried the last test release of FC7 (test 4) on an Asus PB5 Deluxe motherboard?
I tried the live CD version on this motherboard, which has 4 Gb RAM.
First, I disabled the BIOS option "Memory Remap", so the BIOS only recognized 3 Gb., and Fedora booted correctly.
However, when I enabled the "Memory Remap" option, so the BIOS recognized all the 4 Gb., I got a kernel panic during boot.

Does anyone know if there are any kernel parameters, configurations, etc. to allow FC7 to boot with 4Gb RAM?

Kind regards and thanks in advance.

Old 05-08-2007, 04:29 PM   #2
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Where it says "PB5" it should say "P5B". Sorry... my mistake!!


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