I have a 32bit version of Ubuntu server with PAE active allow for the full use of the 8gb of RAM but I can't use more than 2gb of RAM in Java. I run the command java -Xms6G -Xmx7G -jar server.jar ...
I am having trouble using PAE on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 32bit. I recently upgraded from 4 to 8gb of RAM but PAE doesn't appear to have picked this up. When I run grep --color=always -i PAE /proc/cpuinfo I ...
I got a new 2gb ram and i am going to add it along with my existing 2gb card making it 2x2gb=4gb ram. do i have to do anything extra to make it work as 4gb fully? Anything to do with the PAE kernel ...
I've got 4GB on my machine (two cards of 2GB) although the command free -m says: total: 2001 used: 1816 free: 185 I've got 12.04 and I think PAE should be installed and enabled automatically. ...
I am using Ubuntu 12.04 32-bit. My kernels are PAE kernels. I know these are the kernels we can use for 32-bit OS which have 4 GB RAM, to utilize all 4GB of RAM. My system is a 32-bit system. So I ...
I have recently installed 4Gb of ram for an existing 12.04 32bit Ubuntu. It's not being recognised, only 3.2Gb is showing, See: administrator@Root2:~$ free total used free ...
I have a Lenovo ThinkPad T60P with 4GB of memory (BIOS sees all 4GB RAM). I have installed Ubuntu 11.04 and 11.10 and both are only recognizing 3GB RAM. Please advise. Thanks. Updates Used 32bit ...
I'm going to repeat the title in a longer word. Can a 32 bit Ubuntu address more than 4 gb of RAM on a 64 bit processor?