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Re: Freeze SO Linux, it's possible?

Hr. Philip Rueegsegger wrote:
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Your cloning of my headers scare me!

>> He doesn't mean a suspend to disk, which is what I thought too, first.
>> He wants to make his installation "frozen", i.e., changes aren't saved
>> over reboots. I don't know how to do it, but maybe this clears up his
>> original question.
>> Sjors
> What about unionfs ?

My first thought indeed. Only with a tmpfs, which would require enough
RAM. Seems like some people have been trying in the past. Or, Carlos,
find out how a live CD root filesystem is mounted, I don't know that.

Good luck, and please let me know if it worked.

> Cheers,
> Phibo

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