Re: I need fast ARM Hardware for native compile
Move /var /usr /home
to separate partitions on an external harddrive. They eat usually most of the
space. You just have to add them properly in the /etc/fstab , which is easy,
and on average a 4 to 8 GB USB stick is sufficient to hold those partitions -
or, as many suggested, use a USB Harddrive.
when you want tohave it the funny way, you can also just use a FAT32 harddrive
or an EXT3 harrdrive and mount that, and on it create files, format those
files with a suitable filesystem and then mount them.
4GB for /var should be quite sufficient, which is the largest filesize for a
By the way: Does anyone use an Iyonix (ARM based PC)? I'd like to know how
well they perform and what powerconsumption they have.
Am Mittwoch 13 Januar 2010 schrieb Benjamin Andreas:
> It it enough to move /usr partition? what is with /var or something like
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