What a joy to find someone else who thinks this way.
I’m using the fstab method, but for some packages that uses to much space, I make sure i have enough swap (for openoffice I create an extra swapfile that I activate only when building it) and increase the size of the tmpfs mountmount -o remount,size=10G /var/tmp/portageThis work very well and the kernel handles very good that tmpfs size is greater than physical memory. (! 32bit machines with 4G memory size limit applies to tmpfs, too, including swap. I’m using this only on 64bit machines)
I read somewhere that if the only prayer you say in your life is ‘thank you,’ that would suffice; I’ve learned that being grateful (counting your blessings)is a way to shift focus from “have not” to “have” and if you start every day this way, what a simple stress reducer.
That's cleared my thoughts. Thanks for contributing.
Wow! Great to find a post with such a clear message!
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A little rationality lifts the quality of the debate here. Thanks for contributing!
Nice post and interesting to read other designer’s thoughts and use of their moleskines. I use a hard back unlined book – don’t have a moleskine but I love looking at what other people have in theirs! I’d love to have one filled with notes and sketches like Indiana Jones’ Dad’s notebook in the last crusade. Mine looks really boring.
hÃ¡ algum nÂº de telefone para falar com voces?estou hÃ¡ horas enviando e-mails para alterar meu cadastro mas o endereÃ§o – – manda sempre de volta.obrigado
The accident of finding this post has brightened my day