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when i do a df -k i get the following entry none 224584 0 224584 0% /dev/shm what is this entry? is it swap thats not initialized or something? can ...
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    what is /dev/shm?


    when i do a df -k i get the following entry
    none 224584 0 224584 0% /dev/shm
    what is this entry? is it swap thats not initialized or something?
    can i use it?
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    first thing returned from a google for "/dev/shm":

    http://www.luci.org/luci-discuss/200204/msg00015.html

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    thanks...i guess i did not enter the correct words to be searched for...sorry my bad...
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