Os that loads into RAM (even after harddrive install) and saves automatically?

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  1. asker123

    asker123 New Member

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    Hello,


    I am looking for an os that boots from hard disk but loads into RAM. I understand Puppy Linux,lighthouse and others do this but(I think) you have to manually save session. Is there a distro that will save automatically? I want the high speed of ram but the convience of a conventional os to save files, bookmarks etc. Also it would be great if it was easy to install. Puppy linux seems complicated

    In other words whats system can I install to hard disk to save changes that runs from my RAM and is easy to install?

    Thanks
  2. chrisNC

    chrisNC New Member

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    Try Knoppix. When you run it from a usb "thumb" drive, it decompresses and loads into RAM, and when on usb, it allows for persistence.
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    arochester Well-Known Member

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