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Linux Tutorial Glossary

Linux Tutorial Glossary - RAM


Random access or main memory.

DIPP   DRAM   expanded memory   extended memory   ROM   SIMM  


Basic Administration -> Starting and Stopping the System -> The Boot Process
The Operating System -> The Kernel -> Memory Management -> Paging and Swapping
The Operating System -> Rebuilding Your Kernel -> Installing Your Kernel
The X Windowing System -> Configuring the X-Windows Server -> Configuring the X-Windows Server
The Computer Itself -> Basic Input-Output Services and the System Bus -> Basic Input-Output Services and the System Bus
The Computer Itself -> Memory -> Memory
The Computer Itself -> Memory -> RAM
The Computer Itself -> Memory -> Cache Memory
The Computer Itself -> The Central Processing Unit -> Intel Processors
The Computer Itself -> Hard Disks -> Hard Disks
The Computer Itself -> Printers -> Printers
The Computer Itself -> The Right Hardware -> The Right Hardware
The Computer Itself -> HW Diagnostics -> HW Diagnostics
Solving Problems -> Solving Problems Yourself -> Problem Solving
Solving Problems -> Solving Problems Yourself -> Crash Recovery
Solving Problems -> Getting Help -> Consultants
Installing and Upgrading -> Preparing for the Installation -> Preparing for the Installation
Installing and Upgrading -> Preparing for the Installation -> Hardware Requirements
Installing and Upgrading -> Preparing for the Installation -> Installation Problems
Installing and Upgrading -> Adding Hardware -> RAM



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