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tmpfs nfs swapfile - use one computer's RAM as SWAP for another computer

Posted 10-13-2016 at 11:51 AM by IsaacKuo
Updated 10-13-2016 at 03:11 PM by IsaacKuo

Previously, I described how to use one computer's RAM as an SSD (OS drive) for another computer. Here, I describe how to use one computer's RAM as SWAP for another computer. Bear in mind that even a RAM disk over gigabit ethernet isn't going to be as fast as a local SSD, but it's still faster and much more responsive than a local spinning hard drive.

This technique of using another computer's RAM as SWAP is a great way to augment RAMboot, as described here:

http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...-jessie-37165/...
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I learned how to share printers with cups

Posted 03-17-2009 at 09:39 PM by xri
Tags cups, nfs, printer, share

Once I started learning NFS, I initially assumed that it is a Unix only version of Samba. I thought that it would obviously include sharing printers too. However, I was wrong. While Samba allows you to share printers, NFS can't. However, there is a simpler method. CUPS allows you to share printers with all your the Linux computers on your network, through a web interface. It is extremely simple and works right out of the box.
I just used my web browser pointed at http://localhost:631 on the...
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