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openplotter as livecd with the copy2ram option
I understand that copy2ram will boost a system speed, the main disadvantage being the longer time needed to boot into RAM.

Some distributions like debian do not have a copy2ram option. Is there a turnaround?

I was wondering if producing a live cd from the debian openplotter edition would permit to call the iso file with copy2ram command. Its possible to install openplotter on ubuntu, there is a tool to make a ubuntu livecd and you can even have persistence for a ubuntu live usb (or micro sd card) install.

On the pi this would provide a real advantage.

Any comments or suggestions?


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