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Re: purging swap disk

On Wed, Dec 12, 2001 at 08:50:43AM -0500, Brian Stults wrote:
> Is there a way to purge the swap disk?  When I run something like
> win4lin, it can sometimes take up a lot of disk swap.  When I close the
> program, the swap space still appears to be occupied.  It's mostly an
> 	-Brian
What you want is possible but it doesn't make much sense.
If you really insist look at swapoff .
Linux is rather smart about what it needs in memory and what not.
Just don't worry about it.

	Casper Gielen
casper@huiscomputer.homeip.net, capslock2000@subdimension.com
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 user accounts. If you create user accounts, by default, they
 will have an account type of Administrator with no password."

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