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Activating ZRam on Linux distributions

Hey guys!
This tutorial's for those of us on GNU/Linux, are low on physical RAM, and have flash storage (especially for SBCs like the Raspberry Pi). ZRam is a kernel module that compresses RAM content to save space for more RAM intensive processes. It acts much like a swap file/partition, where RAM pages are "swap"ped in and out to free up RAM.

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