AlbertP wrote:if you use the Btrfs filesystem instead of ext4 then it's automatically enabling TRIM and such
/dev/sda1 / btrfs defaults,discard,compress-force=zlib 0 0
AlbertP wrote:Of course it's possible to create subvolumes, but on SSDs they will not improve performance much (unlike harddisks where it's certainly worth having /home and / separated). If you're new to Linux then it's fine to install the whole system on one Btrfs partition which can be directly done from the Mint installer.
penzoiders wrote:that's not true, you've to set a mount option in /etc/fstab
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