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This package contains a patch to the Linux kernel, which allows to tell the kernel which parts of a RAM module are bad. This allows you to use old RAM modules, when for example just 1 bit in your 256MB module makes it otherwise unusable.

Packages memtest86 and memtest86+ allow to test the RAM for such problems, and are able to tell you what parameters to give to a badram-enabled kernel.
Associated Programs
memtest86 thorough real-mode memory tester
memtest86+ thorough real-mode memory tester
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Debian 32-bit 64-bit

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