is it possible to install a custom initramfs USB bootable system?
On Sat, Feb 21, 2009 at 07:38:35PM +0100, Miernik wrote:
> I have a computer with 10 GB of RAM, but no hard disks. I want to
> install Debian to make it work this way:
Why not use NFS root?
> 1. Debian is installed in RAM (maybe from PXE netboot)
> 2. with some command a compressed squashfs image is created of the
> current system, and saved on an USB flash stick
And for every change you'll have to recreate the filesystem.
Did I mention nfs?
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