and what did you see at " Mounted on" column for this tmpfs?

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Николай


On Mon, Apr 30, 2012 at 9:57 AM, Joseph Jacobs <joe@hazardcell.com> wrote:
Well when I try df -h I see two tmpfs file systems of 118M each...is that it? Why is it there and how do I use it?

Joe

On 28 Apr 2012, at 23:09, Nikolay Rogoshchenkov wrote:

Look at output of command "df -h", may be you have 256M RAM drive (as tmpfs)?

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On Sat, Apr 28, 2012 at 12:37 PM, joejacobs <joe@hazardcell.com> wrote:
Hey guys,

I have just installed debian on a micro sd card to run on my overo fire. I
am pretty sure the overo fire has 512MB but when I check in debian it only
finds 241505k of memory. Any ideas what happened to the other 256MB? I did
notice that during the boot sequence two messages come up about failures
loading /mount/ram and /var/volatile because the "mount points do not
exist".

If it makes a difference I used this tutorial as a reference for creating
the bootable debian install
(http://wiki.gumstix.org/index.php?title=Debian_Root_File_System). Only
difference is I copied the kernels from one of sakomans gnome images so they
are version 2.6.39 instead of 3.0.0

Joe

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