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enabling swap for one day

Posted on 2004-09-25
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hello
i just finished installing linux fedora.. when i turn on the box and when is
loading up it says enabling swap space!!!
but its taking loong any idea? i left it one day and
nothing so i just turned off. im not able to use it at all
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by:Xtry
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i inserted the cd to do a linux rescue
and i did "free -m"

the output is
             total   used      free
mem       376    128        248
swap       760       0        760
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