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PostPosted: Fri 24 Jun 2005, 18:47    Post_subject:  does this mean  

read barry k. post below
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PostPosted: Fri 24 Jun 2005, 21:51    Post_subject:  

klhrevolutionist, what are you up to? This is nothing but a copy of a post Barry made here.
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PostPosted: Sat 25 Jun 2005, 05:46    Post_subject: Re: So does this mean.....  

Bruce B, that's very interesting that OO worked for you -- what binary tarball was it? where from?

I just had a totally off-the-wall thought ...200M ...hmm, so that would be about 100M compressed. Why not install it to /opt, then make all of /opt into a squashfs file opt_cram.fs. Then, place it on the hard drive (or CD) where Puppy will find it at bootup. For the last few versions, the bootup script rc.sysinit looks for a file named opt_cram.fs, in same places as usr_cram.fs, if found, mounts it on /opt.

Then, even more off-the-wall, if the PC has lots of RAM, say 512M, and a Linux swap partition, why can't rc.sysinit copy opt_cram.fs into "/" then mount it on /opt, so we may get some decent speed out of OO.

So is this an announcement of things to come in 1.4???

Looks like klhrevolutionist deleted the quote tags.
No, I don't plan that for Pup 1.0.4, it's an invitation to someone to try it.
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