Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 136627
Memory limit for graphical FTP installations
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:52 EST
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Description of problem:
In the english release notes of FC3T3 one finds for graphical FTP
'...systems with more than 128MB of RAM...'
'...with less than 128MB of memory...'
It is not clearly stated whether graphical FTP installations work
when the machine has exactly 128MB of RAM.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Read section 'Installation-Related Notes/Anaconda Notes' in release
I really shouldn't be telling you this, but it's a little-known secret
that, if you attempt an FTP install on a system with *exactly* 128MB
of memory, you will cause the system to implode, forming a black hole.
Unfortunately, this black hole will engulf the Earth, the Moon, and
all the inner planets. After this happens, the black hole will begin
to draw material from the Sun itself, gradually causing the sun to
wink out, leaving nothing but a slowly-cooling cinder, floating in the
inky blackness of space.
Would *you* want to be responsible for this? I know *I* wouldn't.
But since you asked for this to be more clearly stated in the release
notes, I have made the necessary changes, implying that systems with
128MB will actually perform a text-mode install. Pray that nobody
with a 128MB system reads the release notes and tries such a thing...
Thanks for the clarification :-)
I promise I will never try it.