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    VRAM Storage Device


    not so much a question but a link to something fun to play with on your video cards

    http://hedera.linuxnews.pl/_news/200...long/1445.html
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    oooh, that looks interesting
    is there any way to make it a permanent "drive"?

    so, it actually reloads itself at boot time? or does it already?
    what i'm trying to ask is...would you have to go through many of those steps again at boot time to make it a storage device?

    very cool link, btw...thanks a lot!

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    you would most likely have to write a script after you did make some of the changes it that loads the ram disk into video memory.
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