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Old 04-14-2005, 10:11 AM   #1
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Hello, I've got a pentium I with 32MB Ram. I've been trying to install Suse 9.2. When i boot up with the CD I get the boot screen but when i select Installation there are messages that appear on the screen then the last few messages i recieve are Out of Memory ... Kernal Panic .. not sync...

Is this because i do not have enough RAM. How much do i need.
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You'll certainly need more RAM than that: at least 128MB according to the official system requirements: (
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