Thanki you Ruxgulo,

> "-m 64" is fairly low. I usually leave it default (unless needing
> more), which is "-m 128". But even that is fairly low. Hey, you're
> already on x64, give it 512 MB!   ;-)
>
>
Why would I want more than 32 o 64m for a DOS program?? :D
Is there any current or past program that uses that amount of RAM??


> Isn't there a (Debian?) "kvm" script? IIRC, all that it does is use
> x64 and "-enable-kvm". (That's assuming you have VT-X. One site
> recommends this: egrep "(vmx|svm)" /proc/cpuinfo )



Yes, I found "kvm" script!
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