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Question to anyone with a Jolla or potentially running the SDK. How much ram does the system use at idle? Is the 1gb enough for normal use age?
 
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Question to anyone with a Jolla or potentially running the SDK. How much ram does the system use at idle? Is the 1gb enough for normal use age?
How can I check RAM usage :P?
 
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How can I check RAM usage :P?
If you have the developer terminal enabled try typing
free -m
alternatly try
top

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If you have the developer terminal enabled try typing
free -m
alternatly try
top

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I will check it later today.
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I will check it later today.
Should I just type it in the Terminal app? What is the expected outcome ?
 
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Should I just type it in the Terminal app? What is the expected outcome ?
Yes, type it into the terminal. free -m (free reporting in megabytes) will give an output similar to this

[root@machine ~]# free -m
total used free shared buffers cached
Mem: 3829 3713 116 0 10 3465
-/+ buffers/cache: 238 3591
Swap: 8191 47 8144

top will give an interactive process manager, but across the top it should display memory usage. Free is preferred if it's available.
I'd also be interested to see the output of
cat /proc/cpuinfo
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Awesome. Thank you much!
 
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What's that? 812 mb RAM total? Or 812 not used by the system?
Does that mean the system occupies 188 mb? That's great. How would I ever take use of that 2 GB RAM I got?
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