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Old 11-23-2014, 02:36 AM   #1
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Mac os boot to ram


I have been using Debian 7 from a USB flash drive on a PC for a while and at boot up Debian 7 gives edit options for start up which is what I use to "boottoram". There are a few Linux USB creators for MAC OS and I was wanting to know if it was possible to boot to RAM on a Mac Mini with OS X the same way from any of the available Linux distributions from these USB creators. It does not necessarily have to be Debian. My other option is to use a Linux distribution that automatically boots to RAM such as Knoppix or there are a few others providing these USB creators for MAC OS offer these Linux distributions that automatically boots to RAM. Does anyone have any ideas?
 
  


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