Revision [30541]

Last edited on 2014-11-17 08:08:06 by BostonBay [Remove links to non-existent user pages]
Additions:
~[[http://bkhome.org/blog2/?viewDetailed=00142 Barry's Blog post - See comment by scsijon]]
Deletions:
~[[http://bkhome.org/blog2/?viewDetailed=00142 Barry's Blog post - See comment]] by [[scsijon]]


Revision [26767]

Edited on 2013-03-21 05:58:04 by darkcity [kernel]
Additions:
~Select this if you have a 32-bit processor and between 1 and 4 gigabytes of physical RAM.
Deletions:
Select this if you have a 32-bit processor and between 1 and 4 gigabytes of physical RAM.


Revision [26766]

Edited on 2013-03-21 05:57:44 by darkcity [kernel]
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==Compiling the Kernel==
~For advance users compiling there own kernel configuration. There can be chosen one of these three SYMBOLS (kernel 3.4.9S)
~Symbol: NOHIGHMEM
~If you are compiling a kernel which will never run on a machine with more than 1 Gigabyte total physical RAM, answer "off" here (default choice and suitable for most users). Very Happy
~Symbol: HIGHMEM4G
Select this if you have a 32-bit processor and between 1 and 4 gigabytes of physical RAM.
~Symbol: HIGHMEM64G
~Select this if you have a 32-bit processor and more than 4 gigabytes of physical RAM.


Revision [26519]

Edited on 2013-03-07 14:55:41 by darkcity [correct thread link]
Additions:
~[[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=84816 Slacko 5.5 - Comparing PAE vs 4G by gcmartin]]
Deletions:
~[[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=84797 Slacko 5.5 - Comparing PAE vs 4G by gcmartin]]


Revision [26518]

Edited on 2013-03-07 14:54:05 by darkcity [~PCs MUST have PAE to boot a PAE distro. PAE is bu]
Additions:
~Not all applications are compatible with PAE.
Deletions:
~Some applications are incompatible with PAE.


Revision [26517]

Edited on 2013-03-07 14:53:25 by darkcity [~PCs MUST have PAE to boot a PAE distro. PAE is bu]
Additions:
~PCs MUST have PAE to boot a PAE distro. PAE is built into the system's CPU. Non PAE compatible processors include some of the Intel Atom range.
~Some applications are incompatible with PAE.
Deletions:
~Older computers may not boot PAE versions of Puppy. Also, some applications are incompatible with it.


Revision [26503]

Edited on 2013-03-06 07:20:50 by darkcity [?t=84797 Slacko 5.5 - Comparing PAE vs 4G by gcmar]
Additions:
~There are versions of Puppy Linux that have a PAE version available, including [[Puppy53 Slacko]] and [[PrecisePuppy]].
~[[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=84797 Slacko 5.5 - Comparing PAE vs 4G by gcmartin]]
Deletions:
~There are versions of Puppy Linux that have a PAE version available, including [[Puppy53 Puppy 5.3 Slacko]] and [[PrecisePuppy]].


Revision [26360]

Edited on 2013-02-26 11:34:54 by darkcity [PAE performance]
Additions:
~If the (32-bit) computer has-
~~-more than 4GB RAM, then the PAE version is required to be able to access the whole memory.
~~-4GB or less RAM, then using the PAE version may be still possible/desirable. This is because of the No Excute feature (see below). Note, however, there may be a performance penalty using PAE (see Related Webpages).
Deletions:
~If the computer has-
~~more than 4GB RAM then the PAE version is required to be able to access the whole memory.
~~4GB or less RAM memory then using the PAE version may be still possible/desirable. This is if the No Excute (see below) feature is required. Note, however, there may be a performance penalty using PAE (see Related Webpages).


Revision [26359]

Edited on 2013-02-26 11:31:34 by darkcity [PAE performance]
Additions:
~If the computer has-
~~more than 4GB RAM then the PAE version is required to be able to access the whole memory.
~~4GB or less RAM memory then using the PAE version may be still possible/desirable. This is if the No Excute (see below) feature is required. Note, however, there may be a performance penalty using PAE (see Related Webpages).

==Puppy Version==
==Compatibility==
~Older computers may not boot PAE versions of Puppy. Also, some applications are incompatible with it.
~[[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=84472 Slacko 5.4 PAE vs NON-PAE comparative Analysis by Q5sys]]
~[[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=67707 Have more than 3GB of RAM? PAE discussion]]
~[[WikiPedia:Physical_Address_Extension]]
Deletions:
~If the computer has more than 4GB RAM then the PAE version is required to be able to access the whole memory. If the computer has 4GB or less RAM memory then still use the standard PAE version if the CPU supports it (see No Excute).
~Only if the CPU does not support PAE use the non-PAE version .
~Therefore, the PAE kernel should be used on any systems that support it, regardless of the amount of main memory.


Revision [26252]

Edited on 2013-02-23 11:15:03 by darkcity [ory, still use the standard PAE version if the CPU]
Additions:
==When to use a PAE version of Puppy==
~If the computer has more than 4GB RAM then the PAE version is required to be able to access the whole memory. If the computer has 4GB or less RAM memory then still use the standard PAE version if the CPU supports it (see No Excute).
~Only if the CPU does not support PAE use the non-PAE version .
Deletions:
~If the computer has more than 4GB RAM use the PAE versions of Puppy
~If the compute has 4GB or less RAM memory, still use the standard PAE version if the CPU supports it. Only if the CPU does not support PAE use the non-PAE version (see No Excute).


Revision [26251]

Edited on 2013-02-23 11:11:27 by darkcity [ory, still use the standard PAE version if the CPU]
Additions:
~If the computer has more than 4GB RAM use the PAE versions of Puppy
~If the compute has 4GB or less RAM memory, still use the standard PAE version if the CPU supports it. Only if the CPU does not support PAE use the non-PAE version (see No Excute).
~There are versions of Puppy Linux that have a PAE version available, including [[Puppy53 Puppy 5.3 Slacko]] and [[PrecisePuppy]].
Deletions:
~If the computer has more than 4GB RAM use the PAE version
~If the compute has 4GB or less RAM memory, use the standard non-PAE version. The CPU may not support the PAE kernel.
~Some versions of Puppy have a PAE version available, including [[Puppy53 Puppy 5.3 Slacko]]


Revision [26250]

Edited on 2013-02-23 11:08:26 by darkcity [{{include tonguesPAE}}]
Additions:
{{include tonguesPAE}}


Revision [26249]

Edited on 2013-02-23 11:07:26 by darkcity [Barry's Blog post - See comment]] by [[scsijon]]]
Additions:
==No Excute==
~PAE is not only more physical address space but also important for the "no execute" feature which disables execution of code that is marked as non-executable.
~Therefore, the PAE kernel should be used on any systems that support it, regardless of the amount of main memory.
==Related Webpages==
~[[http://bkhome.org/blog2/?viewDetailed=00142 Barry's Blog post - See comment]] by [[scsijon]]


Revision [25238]

Edited on 2012-11-29 18:55:18 by darkcity [flesh out]
Additions:
~Physical Address Extension (PAE) is a feature to allow (32-bit) [[x86]] processors to access a physical address space larger than 4 gigabytes. This includes RAM {Random Access Memory} and memory mapped devices.
Deletions:
~Physical Address Extension (PAE) is a feature to allow (32-bit) x86 processors to access a physical address space larger than 4 gigabytes. This includes RAM {Random Access Memory} and memory mapped devices.


Revision [25237]

Edited on 2012-11-29 18:55:00 by darkcity [flesh out]
Additions:
~Physical Address Extension (PAE) is a feature to allow (32-bit) x86 processors to access a physical address space larger than 4 gigabytes. This includes RAM {Random Access Memory} and memory mapped devices.
---
~Sometimes referred to as PAE-Highmem.
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~If the computer has more than 4GB RAM use the PAE version
~If the compute has 4GB or less RAM memory, use the standard non-PAE version. The CPU may not support the PAE kernel.
---
~Some versions of Puppy have a PAE version available, including [[Puppy53 Puppy 5.3 Slacko]]
Deletions:
Physical Address Extension (PAE) is a feature to allow (32-bit) x86 processors to access a physical address space larger than 4 gigabytes. This includes RAM {Random Access Memory} and memory mapped devices.
Sometimes referred to as PAE-Highmem.
Your CPU has to support this. (Older ones might not)
If you have less then 4GB memory, the PAE is of no use.
Some versions of Puppy have a PAE version available, including [[Puppy53 Puppy 5.3 Slacko]]


Revision [25201]

Edited on 2012-11-24 12:14:16 by darkcity [CategoryTutorial]
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----
==Categories==
CategoryTutorial


Revision [19905]

Edited on 2011-12-20 15:46:53 by darkcity [pae]
Additions:
Physical Address Extension (PAE) is a feature to allow (32-bit) x86 processors to access a physical address space larger than 4 gigabytes. This includes RAM {Random Access Memory} and memory mapped devices.
Deletions:
Physical Address Extension (PAE) is a feature to allow (32-bit) x86 processors to access a physical address space (including RAM {Random Access Memory} and memory mapped devices) larger than 4 gigabytes.


Revision [19904]

Edited on 2011-12-20 15:46:07 by darkcity [pae]
Additions:
Physical Address Extension (PAE) is a feature to allow (32-bit) x86 processors to access a physical address space (including RAM {Random Access Memory} and memory mapped devices) larger than 4 gigabytes.
Sometimes referred to as PAE-Highmem.
Deletions:
Physical Address Extension (PAE) is a feature to allow (32-bit) x86 processors to access a physical address space (including RAM {Random Access Memory} and memory mapped devices) larger than 4 gigabytes.


Revision [19903]

Edited on 2011-12-20 15:44:57 by darkcity [pae]

No Differences

Revision [19902]

Edited on 2011-12-20 15:44:43 by darkcity [pae]
Additions:
Some versions of Puppy have a PAE version available, including [[Puppy53 Puppy 5.3 Slacko]]
Deletions:
Some versions of Puppy have PAE version compiled, including [[Puppy53 Puppy 5.3 Slacko]]


Revision [19901]

Edited on 2011-12-20 15:44:17 by darkcity [pae]
Additions:
==== PAE (Physical Address Extention) ====
Physical Address Extension (PAE) is a feature to allow (32-bit) x86 processors to access a physical address space (including RAM {Random Access Memory} and memory mapped devices) larger than 4 gigabytes.
Your CPU has to support this. (Older ones might not)
If you have less then 4GB memory, the PAE is of no use.
Some versions of Puppy have PAE version compiled, including [[Puppy53 Puppy 5.3 Slacko]]
Deletions:
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==== Memory and Storage Index ====
Information about storage include harddrives, CDs etc, in Puppy Linux.
**Puppy**
~-[[Memory Identification of RAM modules]]
~-[[Mounting How to Mount Harddrives]]
**General terms**
~-[[PAE]] - Physical Address Extension
**Software**
~[[SoftwareMultimedia Multimedia software]]
==Also see==
[[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=22469 How to configure wifi from the commandline]]


Revision [19900]

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