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    Re: How to: ReadyBoost with Ubuntu Linux

    I adampyre,
    if i've well understood your problem, you can get what you want by simply setting a pertinent "swap priority" ['-p' parameter] on the used swap devices. In example, to get the usb...
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    Re: How to: ReadyBoost with Ubuntu Linux

    Well, I am absolutely not an expert of linux swap management, but I will try to give you some answers while hoping that a "swap guru" will join the thread...

    So

    1) if you swapoff the usb...
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    Re: How to: ReadyBoost with Ubuntu Linux

    May the ram be with you :cool:
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    Re: How to: ReadyBoost with Ubuntu Linux

    "swapoff /dev/sda1", assuming /dev/sda1 is the correct device for your pen drive

    Max
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    Re: How to: ReadyBoost with Ubuntu Linux

    I think you could add the swap entry to fstab, but this implies that you should have your pen drive already connected at boot time. If you are working on a desktop, this is fine, but with a laptop I...
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    Re: How to: ReadyBoost with Ubuntu Linux

    Hi, Treviño
    you are right. Specifically, the usb storage writing cycles are limited, not the reading ones. However, I'm still incline to consider usb mass storages as a cheap solution to strict...
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    Re: How to: ReadyBoost with Ubuntu Linux

    even if you have a small pen drive, you can still take some advantage from usb swapping: whenever usb space finishes, the system will automatically activate the "secondary" standard hd swap declared...
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    How to: ReadyBoost with Ubuntu Linux

    EDIT: This thread is closed, and pending Staff review

    Hi everybody,
    by following this little tutorial you'll be able to use a USB pen prive as an additional swap. As a result, the pen drive will...
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    Re: how to: automatically umount cifs partitions

    I'm am experiencing the same problem, but at the moment I don'tknow how to fix that...
    However, I'm working on it... if i find a solution I'll post on this thread

    Happy coding

    Max
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    how to: automatically umount cifs partitions

    Hi everybody,
    I'm posting a modification of a simple script originally coded by 'jferrando'
    http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=171958&highlight=cifs
    devoted to automatically umount cifs...
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