memory scrubbing

marty goodoldmarty at gmail.com
Thu Jan 31 08:38:53 PST 2008


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>>>>> >>>> Kernel will try to resume from swap unless you say no.
>>> >> Also if kernel config doesn't contain any resume/hibernate options?
>> > 
>> > Doesn't seem fair, does it:)
> 
> Where is the world going these days, now even linux gives me something I
> didn't asked for, maybe this is a sign from above and I have to give up
> completely and step back to M$ after giving all those years to OSS? ;-)
> 

Now lets not let something like that ruin your day.
Linux gives you lots of nice things you didn't ask for; especially the ability
to change anything you don't like. You have the source code brother; hack it!

It looks like that behavior may have changed a bit in 2.6.24 anyway but I have
not looked at the changes closely.

Marty B.
- --
Putting Microsoft in a computer is like putting screen doors in a submarine.
Hopeless.
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