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userdoc:faq [2017/06/08 11:01]
abelbeck [Only up to 3 GB RAM is recognized]
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 The added confusion of multiple RUNNIX flavors would not actually solve a real-world problem, so the maximum recognized RAM currently remains at 3 GB.  The day when greater then 3 GB RAM is useful, the RUNNIX bootloader can be compiled with a PAE enabled Linux Kernel. The added confusion of multiple RUNNIX flavors would not actually solve a real-world problem, so the maximum recognized RAM currently remains at 3 GB.  The day when greater then 3 GB RAM is useful, the RUNNIX bootloader can be compiled with a PAE enabled Linux Kernel.
  
-!!Update ->!! RUNNIX 0.5 uses a PAE enabled Linux Kernel, so the full RAM is supported. ​ Available ​in AstLinux 1.3.0 and later.+!!Update ->!! RUNNIX 0.5 uses a PAE enabled Linux Kernel, so the full RAM is supported. ​ Available ​with AstLinux 1.3.0 and later.
 ===== Asterisk caller hears no voicemail prompts or music on hold ===== ===== Asterisk caller hears no voicemail prompts or music on hold =====
  
 If you are running Astlinux 0.7.1 or later, Asterisk sounds packages are not installed by default. If a call tries to play a missing sound file, the call is silently terminated. To install the necessary sounds packages, see [[userdoc:​sounds-packages#​Sounds Packages]]. If you are running Astlinux 0.7.1 or later, Asterisk sounds packages are not installed by default. If a call tries to play a missing sound file, the call is silently terminated. To install the necessary sounds packages, see [[userdoc:​sounds-packages#​Sounds Packages]].