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I have placed my SWAP partition on an internal SCSI driver (/dev/sda3) Every time I reboot, however, I have to manually activate it as SWAP. Is there a way to ...
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    SWAP problem


    I have placed my SWAP partition on an internal SCSI driver (/dev/sda3)
    Every time I reboot, however, I have to manually activate it as SWAP. Is there a way to make it activate the SWAP partition automatically?
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    You probly tryed it.. but simply to make sure, how is it mounted in fstab...
    or is it before that, that you need to set it to swap?
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    I thought I did set it in my fstab, but apparently not. Anyways problem solved, thanks.
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    it even happends to the bests... :S
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