Talk:Firefox on RAM
Why not just use 'cp', or 'mv' commands in
/etc/rc.local.shutdown? Adamlau 18:04, 22 September 2010 (EDT)
I think this line
in the script should be changed to
, or the CRON job will fail, because $USER is not set. But as I'm using another distro I don't know wheter it is working in ARCH, so I won't change that line now. Hope I get some feedback here. Kovacssanya (talk) 10:33, 22 November 2013 (UTC)
A more simple way of using firefox-sync is to make a script like this:
- Um yeah, -1 also from me because it wouldn't make sense to merge this but leave Firefox tweaks on its own, and the 3 put together would make too much of a long article.
- The title should be changed to Firefox ramdisk, or maybe something different like Firefox on RAM?
- -- Kynikos (talk) 03:17, 15 September 2014 (UTC)
Using mode=1777, bad idea?
I'm not sure if there is any particular reason why the /etc/fstab example uses mode=1777. Why would I want my personal browser cache to be world-readable? Wouldn't it be better to use something like:
user, uid=1000, gid=1000
- This section is now removed because it is out of date. The directory listed is not used anymore. See Firefox Ramdisk#Relocate cache only to RAM for cache in memory.