Hello, My OS is Ubuntu 9.04 I have a problem to allocate more then 128k continues memory and I understood that this is a OS limitation. Do you know how to change this limitation? Someone told me to look for "Memory allocation grub boot" in google but I didn't find the answer there. Thank you Hadas

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Please explain what you mean with "allocate more then 128k continues memory", preferably with some sample code exhibiting the issue.

(02 Sep '10, 16:17) jlliagre



Most programs you're running allocate much more. Do you mean virtual or physical memory?

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