Category Archives: Performance Tuning

Tips for speeding up Linux

Lifehacker.com is a good source for all kinds of tips, but this one is nice for us Linux users: Slim Down and Speed Up Linux points to some basic and not so basic suggestions for making Linux run even better/faster. … Continue reading

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More about swap partitions…

Swap space is one of those things that you’ve never heard of if you use WIndows or OS X, but that you’ll hear about the first time you try to install Linux. There are two approaches to swap space: simple … Continue reading

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Linux Performance Tuning

If you’re interested in tweaking your system, check out A three-pronged attack on performance, an article by Uruguyan systems engineer Federico Kereki, and posted on the ultimate Linux portal, Linux.com. Chances are good that whatever your hardware, Linux will run … Continue reading

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