It's a file, not a folder.Mauser wrote:Not in mine. I looked there and it's no where in that folder. The closest thing I found to it is sysctl.dstsoh wrote:sysctl.conf is a file in /etc folder.
it is better tat u put this 'echo 10 > /proc/sys/vm/swappiness' in /etc/rc.local file b4 the word 'exit'.
In /etc, scroll right down past the folders to the files. (It's been there in every version of MX, and other distros I've run.)
Changing swappiness doesn't make a huge difference to performance, but is worth doing if you are using as SSD, just to keep writes to a minimum.