From: Steven J. Sobol (no email)
Date: Thu May 23 2002 - 18:04:09 EDT
On Thu, 23 May 2002, Jake Baillie wrote:
> the config changed. Which means you'd need some sort of singular
> configuration file.
> But I was wrong. :) He meant "read-only"
I'm just throwing ideas out there. I could boot Linux off a floppy or
a bootable CD and create a ramdisk upon bootup - Linux has always had this
capability. I'm just a person who occasionally comes up with silly
half-baked ideas and wonders if he can implement them. ;)
And to be honest, I figured that having the OS boot off of some
solid-state storage device would be useful... for something...
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