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How can I make an existing persistant live USB installation load more of the OS to RAM?
A while back I installed (a permanent installation, not a Live USB) Ubuntu on my USB thumb drive. Unfortunately, the transfer rates are too slow for a smooth and responsive experience, so I'd like to ...
Oct 25 '11 at 18:39
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