right modules for system functionality?

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    [solved]right modules for system functionality?

    Hello,

    i'm having some trouble with my system. My Recovery-System (Parted Magic Linux with just the least programs) is running on ram.
    I would like to switch to a normal mode, running the system from harddisk. There was a functional ubuntu on my harddisk; but now it won't build the proper dependencies, because of some broken dynamic and shared libraries. So i can't switch to ubuntu with 'chroot' and get full system functionality. And in the recovery system i don't have a packet manager, so far i recognized.

    For that, at least i have to know which module is responsible for running the system on ram or the responsible module to store system compatible data on the disk. Then maybe i could switch the modules.

    Anybody with an idea which modules these could be?

    Thank you!

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    Ok, i don't found any solution. Installed Debian instead.
    Anyway, what i wanted works now.

    bye

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