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Swaps file -Is it possible to change?
I can not put my laptop to Hibernate as the error message is 'not enough swap'
My laptop has 1.2 Gb RAM and the /proc/swap file shows me it has
Filename Type Size Used Priority
/dev/sda6 partition 596988 0 -1
I would like to extend the size of the swap partition.
However I have read that I need to add an extra partition or file.
As the swap file can be edited, the question is:
- Can I change the value in the swap file to RAM*2 without having to add a new swap partition?