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TC4.4 in low RAM Mode and hdparm DMA

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hiro:
Well, the symlinks don't take *that* much space anyway. Could it be the overhead of squashfs caches?

AbNoRMiS:
i also think that need to allocate some ssd space for swap

sam.vanratt:

--- Quote from: V.Krishn on March 20, 2012, 08:44:26 PM ---Just wondering if having this feature http://forum.tinycorelinux.net/index.php/topic,12856.msg70508.html could solve onboot issue?

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Hi
maybe; I'm quite used (and forced) to a traditional /usr folder and unpacked drivers/bins/...
I'm not into onionFS, so I'd not been able to integrate it into my system.
Cheers
Sam

sam.vanratt:

--- Quote from: gerald_clark on March 20, 2012, 02:43:44 PM ---http://wiki.tinycorelinux.net/wiki:backup_hd

Running root from hard drive is not supported.

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Hi
I'm aware of it, but a /usr would suffice for most of my needs. I'm willing to install about 20-30 Apps, sizing from 1MB-50MB; loopbacks cost lots of my dear RAM...
Cheers
Sam

sam.vanratt:

--- Quote from: AbNoRMiS on March 21, 2012, 07:21:58 AM ---i also think that need to allocate some ssd space for swap

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Hi
I already have 160MB on a special Swap Partion, just to be able to start; when ALSA is installed "onboot" I'm nearly out of memory (I'll going to OSS as I did in my FreeBSD Disk); X would take the rest. Even when I'm willing to sacrifice X or ALSA, or Browser: it would be fine to have a stationary folder for emacs, mplayer, mpg123, gcc, ddrescue, openssh, which do not need real performance (for MP3/OGG/FLAC decompression) but do not consume too much RAM.
Cheers
Sam

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