If you want to check which swap is or are active, you can just invoke "cat /proc/swaps". Here:
$ cat /proc/swaps
when I upgrade I'll have to comment out the new zram as well probably, but I know now where to look.
fsarchiver is the only program I've added (version 7 coming soon).
net applet &
and the xset adjustments were made and that's it.
These were solved just fine.
THX. and BG
p.s. let's just comment out the start command (modprobe in this case) and further
info for that swap program in that file. It's really easier for me.