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SubjectHow to make ramdisk based system?
Please forgive me that this is not exactly a kernel question.

I'm trying to figure out how to make a primaryly ram-disk based
Linux system (which should then be able to access "real" storage,
but that is really the last step).

Could some kind soul please point me to a HOWTO or cookbook how
to build such a system (there are boot/root floppy systems around,
but I cannot figure out how to create them or something similar,
and "live filesystem" CDs seem to be no longer en vogue)?

Many thanks,

Steffen
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