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    I Have A Linux Server Running Redhat V5.2 And Want To Expand The Memory From The Current 64mb To 128mb. I Put A New Memory Stick In The Unit But It Does Not Appear To Recognize It. Any Suggestions. There Is Probably A Command I Must Give It To See The New Memory Stick But I Don't Know What It Is.

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    The memory will be detected automatically. The trick is to see if the memory is found by the BIOS, so check the POST output immediately after startup. It should also tell you how much memory in installed if you go into the bios editor too, but with some older machines and bioses that might not be present.
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