[Coco] Trimming NOS-9
diegoba at adinet.com.uy
Sat Jan 26 22:46:44 EST 2008
That could be a good way
Since I have 512 K and I like to move my disks around, I load A LOT of
commands in memory at startup
That could save some disk and RAM space, and speed up the load a bit too...
L. Curtis Boyle wrote:
> Another thing you can do to save a little space (both disk and RAM),
> is to take smaller CMD modules that you use often, MERGE them
> (<=7.5K), and load them at boot time. Since every module load takes
> the 7.5K irregardless, you might as well make use of the space. I
> usually had some of the smaller ones mixed with the SHELL, and then
> LOADed a couple of others with utilities/programs that I used often
> (within the 7.5K limit, of course).
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