Re: Running the OS in RAM

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On 09/01/07, Randy Grimshaw <[email protected]> wrote:
an FYI chime in that only belongs on a fedora list because it may serve
as an example

I have never seen the thing but Mandriva sells their OS on a 2GB flash
http://www.mandriva.com/en/individuals/products/node_3482
People have installed Fedora on USB drives. I've seen it discussed
here on the list.

gnewsense.org has a live CD / USB try and install feature, and they
also have
a simillar series of scripts for moving certain portions into memory.
Ah, those scripts are what is interesting. It'd be interesting to see
how they work on a hard-drive based install.

Dotan Cohen

http://technology-sleuth.com/question/how_can_i_be_safe_online.html
http://slashedot.org


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