Finding and Trimming Linux Bloat

Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Aug 13, 2009 8:42 PM EDT
LinuxPlanet; By Akkana Peck
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I ate way too much pizza tonight. I know I'll be sorry tomorrow morning when I step on the scale. That darn scale tells me right off if I'm getting bloated. It should be just as easy with programs, right? If you're running on a low-memory system -- and these days, anything with less than two gigabytes qualifies as low-memory -- it would be handy to know which programs have been spending a little too much at the pizza and ice cream joints and not enough time at the gym.

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A very good article, except... caitlyn 9 448 Aug 14, 2009 9:10 PM

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