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Old 11-05-2012, 01:15 PM   #47
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Originally Posted by dos1 View Post
Woah! @_@ What is that?

I noticed that mounting image from /mnt/us leads to hangs on heavy IO usage, like aptitude does, so I'm using /mnt/base-us instead, without that additional proxy layer and it seems to be working well here. However, i've never seen anything like that
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/dev/loop/debian 1.2G 1.4G 16.0E 122% /mnt/debian
heh. oops

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And now AFTER I do a much tidier job of the initial startup:

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/dev/loop/debian 1.2G 375.1M 820.8M 31% /mnt/debian
Beware apt-get recommends!

With the games, the browser, and assorted goodies that you could call an "install" I got it down to:

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/dev/loop/debian 1.2G 412.7M 783.2M 35% /mnt/debian
Which is not too shabby, assuming that you were happy with just those things and the logs could be sensibly cleared away automagically a 500 MB games install would be realistic - if not "roomy".

Also pushing all downloads to the FAT user-store might be one slightly less suicidal option than overfilling the loop.

: ) Fun!

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