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So, i have following so-called problem. I would like to run selected program in RAM memory and i want this program to don't know about mounted disks. security reasons I ...
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    Thumbs up Load program to RAM and run without knowledge about mounted partitions


    So, i have following so-called problem. I would like to run selected program in RAM memory and i want this program to don't know about mounted disks. security reasons I want it to don't know even about swap partition(and vice-versa, i just can't let it save anything on disk)

    Anyone have sugestion? Where should I look? Where can i find fmanual about related issue?

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    It is difficult to work out what you are trying to do. You could try running a virtual machine, then lock down the vm so it can't see anything of the physical machine, then you can try running your program just in RAM.

    Hope this helps

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