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How to detect which init script starts zram?
Due to a zram bug leading to machine lock-ups, I've had to disable zram. I thought dpkg --purge zram-config as well as commenting any reference out of /etc/rc.local would do the trick, but the module ...
Sep 17 '13 at 6:11
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