In an attempt to copy the OpenSUSE Live CD in memory, it results in segmentation faults which suggests to me that either the incorrect parameter is being passed or it is not a feature supported by OpenSUSE. The parameter toram is passed as a boot option.
I know Knoppix offers toram, but where did you see it should be valid elsewhere? It’s not on kernel-parameters.txt.
AFAIK, it needs a special patch and rebuild with kiwi. Perhaps followup with the Lizards user and see if it can be re-created, else look at using kiwi yourself or Studio Express to create your own?
Thanks mrmazda. I wasn’t aware that OpenSUSE didn’t support kernel parameter other than those found in the list.
As i’m new to OpenSUSE does, this mean that no other kernel-parameters outside of the list are supported?
If yes, why does it permit the passing of the parameter? I would have thought it would return an error as an unsupported feature.
What options are there to support a similar outcome i.e. to copy and run from memory?
Thanks malcolmlewis. I wasn’t aware that it isn’t a supported feature in the base build. In searching online, there wasn’t an immediate reference that touched on the topic.
What other options are there to achieve a similar outcome?