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Hello, I would like to create a live Demo CD of my application using Linux as a distro. The point which confuses me is how to manage the memory storage ...
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    Creating a Live Demo CD


    Hello,
    I would like to create a live Demo CD of my application using Linux as a distro.
    The point which confuses me is how to manage the memory storage during boot time?
    How would my application be able to store temporary information?

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    For basic stuff you can always use a ramdisk. If you want to save stuff between sessions, you can always mount an usb stick on boot time and use it as your home directory

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    USB can be an option, but primarily i am looking to do everything from my CD.
    This field is new to me, so i would appreciate if i have a pointer to any reference material.

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    build livecd ramdisk - Google Search

    As refference you can also use any live distro. For example: knoppix.

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