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memtest86 A thorough real-mode memory tester
Installed size 152
Maintainer Yann Dirson <dirson@debian.org>
Architecture i386
Version 3.2-1.1
Depends libc6 (>= 2.3.5-1)
Suggests hwtools, sysutils, kernel-patch-badram, memtest86+, grub (>= 0.95+cvs20040624), mtools
File name pool/main/m/memtest86/memtest86_3.2-1.1_i386.deb
Description Memtest86 scans your RAM for errors. . This version is apparently not as actively maintained upstream as memtest86+ is. Especially if you own a recent computer on which it does not work, you should consider looking at the memtest86+ package. . This tester runs independently of any OS - it is run at computer boot-up, so that it can test *all* of you memory. You may want to look at `memtest' (in package `sysutils'), which allows to test your memory within Linux, but this one won't be able to test your whole RAM. . This used to be part of the hwtools package, which still contains another real-mode memory tester (memmxtest) optimized for mmx machines (but apparently not maintained any more). . It can output a list of bad RAM regions usable by the BadRAM kernel patch, so that you can still use you old RAM with one or 2 bad bits. . A convenience script is also provided to make a grub-based floppy or image.

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