Re: ?? probably really easy easypeasy problem
Size of your swap really depends on how you use your computer these days. Most modern computers have gigs of ram, usually 2 or more. I find that a swap equal to my ram or 1 1/2 time so if I have 2 gig of ram my swap is 3 gig. Again it's mainly a personal choice. One thing I did notice is you're running a 20 gig linux system. I would recommend that you that you use / partition only and not have a separate home folder, this will give you a little more playing around room, between your root and home folders.
Originally Posted by RabidGoat
Linux since 1995, Ubuntu since 2006