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I compiled and installed the 2.6.0 kernel yesterday and noticed it being really slow at some point, so I emediatly checked out the status of my memory and saw that he doesn't see or know that I have a swap partition...
My 2.4.22 (Backup) kernel does see it because he still works perfectly... And yes I have a swap partition...
How do I resolve this problem? Did I forget something in the kernel's configuration?
no I am sorry I wasn't quit clear in my previous post... it is solved, thi swas my problem.
I can't understand what removed the line in /etc/fstab, since I never altered this file.
I did on Mandrake, but on slack all seem to be in place as it was... It couldn't be someone else either, since I am the only one using this pc.
well, it is solved anyway... next time my pc is running in slowmo, i'll check my fstab .
well on mandrake I had to change some things in /etc/fstab, some things that weren't mounted automatic.
Since everything mounted correctly on slackware, I didn't change the fstab file, 'cause i didn't need to...