Youtube Issues

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Re: Youtube Issues

Postby gabvil » Sat Jul 06, 2013 4:13

Hi r00t.ati,

For some reason my filled up partition is not /dev/shm (tmpfs)
I have mounted /tmp apart to /dev/shm as i've mentioned above. Two tmpfs are mounted at same time.

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tmpfs            1,5G   2,3M  1,5G   1% /dev/shm
tmpfs            100M   8,0K  100M   1% /tmp

Those kind of problems somehow are highly discussed on other forums and bugs sites and point directly to flash player and graphics drivers. Are you running on opensource drivers? Which Graphics adapter do you have? ... l?id=28334

Browsers and Flash player makes use of /tmp

Some comentaries from Fitzcarraldo on this topic about it:

Fitzcarraldo wrote:I still have no idea what could be the cause of your problem, but I wonder if it has something to do with this:

[2013-04-30 1:32:40 Press Release: Sabayon 13.04] lxnay wrote:
Little big thing about /tmp

/tmp is now mounted on a very small tmpfs with nodev,noexec,nosuid options by default for greater security. Some exotic programs that insist on writing to /tmp may fail to run and they should be fixed upstream. Writing to /tmp is bad, and you should not use any software that behaves like this.

Could you try if not already on your fstab append this line and reboot?

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tmpfs           /tmp              tmpfs   noexec,nosuid,nodev,size=512M 0 0

Did you installed propietary graphics drivers?

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Re: Youtube Issues

Postby r00t.ati » Wed Jul 24, 2013 9:42

Hi gabvil,
your fix is working! :D

I added
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tmpfs           /tmp              tmpfs   noexec,nosuid,nodev,size=512M 0 0

into /etc/fstab

It also fix me another audio problem.
Thanks you again
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