robert at linuxfromscratch.org
Mon Jan 28 17:56:35 PST 2008
I've noticed that when I start Xorg I see a screenshot of my previous Xorg
session. This survives a reboot. It looks like the memory just becomes free
when Xorg is shut down, and the image stays there until it's overwritten.
Are any of you familiar with ways to scrub this memory, and any other memory,
during a shutdown?
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