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Old 26th November 2011, 09:38 AM
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Settings for an SSD

Hey everyone,

I bought a Crucial M4 for my EEE PC as a present to myself, and as a result, I wanted to try something different than Ubuntu (after 5 years) and installed Fedora. Itś going very well, but as this is the first ssd I've ever installed, I wanted to ask if there are things I should change from the standard setup.

I know it may be a little late, as I'm allready running it (without a hitch) but I understand that SWAP isn't really appreciated by most SSD's but I can't really find anything that can help me understand what I should or should not do.

Any help is appreciated.

Kind regards,

Maupertus
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