Looking at so many threads on TCL persistancy - I think users are hell-bent on making TCL permenent persistant , while the TCL developers time and again explained abt TCLs cloud mode multiple uses and its core policy. How abt it ?~ Pats
I did the old 'remove the hard disks' technique for making a persistent Waldorf, and removed the udev rules as mentioned in this thread. I've got it to boot on a few machines now, but I notice that it's not using any swap, and locks up a bit when 'under pressure'. Here's what top sez:top - 11:42:13 up 1:24, 1 user, load average: 1.66, 2.22, 2.97
After my old laptop was stolen I've gone back to using my old IBM T41 with a severely damaged (read: bad sectors) and slow harddrive, so I'm running #! off a USB key in persistent mode (done via LiLi). Btw, I've got the stable February image on here. I'm getting an IDE SSD in a few weeks, but in the meantime I've got a few things I need help with:1.
I run F12. Since some days my laptop has become very sluggish. In Mozilla, switching between the tabs takes like seconds instead of fraction of a second. Also minimizing and mximizing windows takes long. Switching between the windows too takes long. Now I can't see the cursor while typing this post.