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SSD trim support… Do i have to do anything? [duplicate]

First i must state that i am totally new in Linux world. I totally ditched the operating system that i used for about 20 years now. So here i am with my first question... My laptop has an SSD inside ...
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How does Ubuntu cope with SSDs?

Edit: Not a duplicate. I've got a Samsung 850 EVO SSD I'm gonna use as my main drive (OS and a few programs) and I'd love to try some linux distro on it. As far as I know Arch requires quite a lot of ...
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Large amount of data trimmed after running fstrim

Each time after I restart my computer I run fstrim. And each time this is the output I receive: emil@emil-Lenovo-G580 ~> sudo fstrim -v / [sudo] password for emil: /: 84.2 GiB (90372820992 bytes) ...
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Ubuntu 14.04 installed on Samsung 850 Pro 512GB results in data corruption

In short: Does anybody know why running Ubuntu 14.04.3 LTS on Samsung 850 Pro 512GB drive results in corrupted file system and random files disappearing? Here is the long story: In 2013 I got ...
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How is trim enabled in Ubuntu 15.04? [duplicate]

Does it work once a week or does it continually trim the system? I have seen answers for this but they refer to Ubuntu 14.04 but not to Ubuntu 15.04
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How to enable TRIM on Crucial BX100 SSD?

Changing back from Windows to Ubuntu after a good 5 years or so on windows and can't rememer much. 1) Do I need to enable TRIM or any other ssd features for a crucial BX100 on Ubuntu 15.04? Will the ...
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Enable TRIM for Kingston SSDNow v300 on Ubuntu 15.04? [duplicate]

Although Ubuntu 14.04 enables TRIM out-of-the-box, it only does so on Intel and Samsung SSDs. I bought a Kingston SSDNow v300, not knowing that Kingston wasn't supported, and now I'm rather lost. How ...
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Is Trim enabled? [duplicate]

Is TRIM also enabled and working when moving the root partition to a Samsung Evo 850 SSD (no clean-install)? The home partition is still on my HDD. I've done this 2 months ago. I do know that TRIM is ...
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About TRIM command execution

I have some question about TRIM command for SSDs. First of all, mounting partitions with discard option vs. trim in crontab. I'm aware discard option forces immediate trim after every single file ...
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“A start job is running for /etc/rc.local Compatibility”: how to fix?

I just upgraded to Ubuntu Vivid (15.04) today, and after the restart I experienced a very long boot process. My laptop usually boots in 5 seconds or less, and now it hadn't finished even after a few ...
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full disk encryption on SSD with trusty [duplicate]

I am about to install a new SSD into my laptop and I have to do full-disk encryption due to regulations where I work. Since this is a new install I can get it right from the outset. How can I install ...
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Samsung Magician on Ubuntu 14.04

I have replaced my laptop's HDD with a Samsung SSD 840 EVO 250GB and installed Ubuntu 14.04. I know that the Samsung Magician software drastically improves SSD performance, but have not been able to ...
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How is Trim enabled? [duplicate]

I have heard, that Ubuntu 14.04 will have Trim enabled by default. How will this be done? By adding a discards option to the ext4 mount options or by running a cron-job? Will the default options for ...
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Samsung ssd 840 pro configuration?

I am about to buy an SSD 840 pro from Samsung and I read I needed to do some configuration on ubuntu in order to not reduce its life, and get the optimal performances. What I wanna know is what I need ...
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How to partition a small SSD alongside an HDD when installing Ubuntu

There is both a HDD and a 24GB SSD in my Ultrabook. I will install Windows (for testing in feature, as its free in university) in the HDD. I need to decide what to do with Ubuntu, as its the system ...

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