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[Discuss] Discuss Digest, Vol 94, Issue 3

On Fri, 8 Mar 2019 16:50:50 -0500
Mayuresh Rajwadkar <m.m.rajwadkar at> wrote:

> I understand that the typical Linux kernel takes up about 1GB of RAM,
> so assume it will run easily in 2GB of RAM

That's way off. You can run tidy little system with only 128MB physical
RAM total. For example the early Raspberry Pi boards.

Rich Pieri

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