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rootflags=barrier=1to the kernel command line and it works fine now.
(To do that with grub2, see the grub2 documentation. Edit: To be more specific, look at the information on...
I have an ext3 file system and I would like to enable barriers.
I have added "barrier=1" to the options in /etc/fstab:
UUID=#### / ext3 noatime,errors=remount-ro,barrier=1 0 1
cd -will work in that case.
I knew someone would come along with that remark; I'm not surprised it was you. :)
I usually use teabags, but I have some Irish Breakfast loose tea which is quite nice. In my experience, Irish Breakfast tea that comes in a teabag tastes like dishwater. :evil:
I mostly use the keyboard but I have a Logitech Marble Mouse (trackball) which has served me well for several years. I have tried thumb-operated trackballs but found them very uncomfortable.