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Old 18th June 2017, 06:10 PM
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Run Fedora entirely in RAM

I need to run my general system (not LiveCD) completely in RAM. This articles Load your root partition to RAM and boot it, CentOS entirely in RAM given me some clues, but result unfortunately didn't work. I suppose this is because i don't know dracut and grub2 well enough. And i totally don't know how to debug my solution.

Can anybody help me to adjust this howtos to modern Fedora? I will be very appreciate for any help.

P.s. And how to tell system to automatically build initramfs for new kernels? And make in grub2 "In RAM" entries for every kernel automatically?
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Old 18th June 2017, 07:25 PM
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P.s. And how to tell system to automatically build initramfs for new kernels? And make in grub2 "In RAM" entries for every kernel automatically?
Privet Trjuki,

Some answers here: http://www.forums.fedoraforum.org/sh...d.php?t=313911

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Old 19th June 2017, 09:43 AM
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Re: Run Fedora entirely in RAM

a word of advice, disregard any ubuntu, debian, linux mint guides because those operating systems use a different grub layout and especially guides that are 5-6 years old.

the centOS instructions are more relevant

also, when a new kernel is installed, initramfs and grub2 are automatically updated with fedora by grubby
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