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Tag: tmpfs

Ubuntu Vivid: Systemd boot OS into rescue mode with tmpfs

If you setup a Laptop with 15.XX and a luks encrypted SSD, you did set on older OS “tmpfs” for /tmp. Now under “systemd” the the boot hangs cause systemd “automount” tmpfs to /tmp by default!!! If you enter tmpfs into fstab like on ubuntu 14.10, the OS boots into the “RECOVERY RESCUE MODE” Here some details, from a forum post: Disable automatic mount Under systemd, /tmp may be automatically mounted as a tmpfs even though you have no entry for that in your /etc/fstab. To disable the automatic mount, run: # systemctl mask tmp.mount Files will no longer be […]

Debian Ubuntu Laptop mods for SSD HDD and a full encrypted with luks

Major INFO 06-2015: Do not set tmpfs on ubuntu 15.XX or Systems with systemd!!! This block PC boot !! If you want to setup a Ubuntu/Debian Laptop with a full encrypted HDD use a “alternate” CD/DVD. After Setup you have to change some little Parameters to extend the lifecycle of the SSD Chips disable Swap if you have more than 4GB Ram enable a RAMDISK with tmpfs for logs, caches of Browsers install cpufrequtils for CPU freqscaling install laptop-mode-tools to set powersave mode for hardware modules install xbacklight to reduce backlight energy Steps: open a Console and change to root […]