Re: Why did it install PAE kernel in F11

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Markku Kolkka wrote:
> PAE kernel is installed if the hardware supports it.

Actually, it's only installed by default if there's an advantage to using 
PAE, i.e. if either your hardware supports NX (execution protection to 
prevent stack execution, a feature which on 32-bit x86 only works with PAE) 
or you have 4 GB or more of RAM.

        Kevin Kofler


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