preventing an app from being placed into virtual memory
When I open up my laptop shell I must sometimes wait 10 seconds!
before I am allowed to enter my password. I believe that this is
because of virtual memory being accessed (the hard drive light is
on). What is the name of the application which presents me with this
login box (not the initial login box for X, the one when you close and
reopen the laptop if they are different) and how do I tell the system
to keep it in memory?
Thank you for your time,
PS: I already thought of disabling the password and, because I have
other people's sensitive data on the laptop, I think it is a bad
solution. I am using FC6.
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