1. what happens if I reboot my linux system and it can't find its swap partition?
I have 32 Mb swap but want to increase this to 64Mb.
I am getting a new HDD which i plan to put the swap space on. I am going to partition the HDD up into sections. One of these sections will be a 64 Mb linux swap partition.
2. How do I tell linux where to find this swap partion once I have installed my new HDD? I didn't notice it in lilo (that is where I initially assumed it would be).
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