From: Eric Rahn Nolen (nolen at domain redhat.com)
Date: Wed 26 May 1999 - 12:36:55 IST
Just so you know, in Red Hat 6.0 a swap partition can be up to 2G. 4G is
the swap limit and you can spread that out between as many as 12 swap
"There is only one way to make the machine secure . . . sink it in cement."
Liam Bedford of ILUG (Irish Linux Users Group)
On Tue, 25 May 1999, Owen Kelly wrote:
> Hi Joe,
> Linux allows for a max of 128 Meg swap file, the 133 is just the
> filesystem being a filesystem.
> The file you need to look at for execing window managers is ~/.xinitrc -
> the . at the start of the name means its normally hidden when you do an
> ls. Just edit that and place a # infront of startkde so that you can
> redo kde at a later stage if you want.
> I dont know about the Chess ... I dont have that much time ;)
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