kde5 Plasma have a problem with SSD drive?

helmet1080

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I installed FreeBSD on a SSD Drive. The first time the problem was when I put restore on konqueror. Now the system chashes everytime I log in. I'm writing from FreeBSD that's installed on a normal hard disk and everything is fine. Should it be the SSD?
 

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Probably not. For all intents and purposes an SSD acts as a regular HD from the OS's point of view.

You could have some filesystem corruption though, but that's not directly related to the disk being an SSD. If its UFS, boot to single user mode and run fsck(8).
 
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Probably not. For all intents and purposes an SSD acts as a regular HD from the OS's point of view.

You could have some filesystem corruption though, but that's not directly related to the disk being an SSD. If its UFS, boot to single user mode and run fsck(8).
I run all of this, but it's not working.
Code:
fsck -y           # check the filesystems for errors
mount -u /        # re-mount / read/write
mount -a -t ufs   # mount all other UFS filesystems
swapon -a         # Turn swap on
 
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I installed FreeBSD again, with a swap partition of 10GB because I have 5GB of memory, and it's not working.
 
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