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'''Devf-ram''' is a ramdisk driver which allows you to use some of the Audrey's 32MB of RAM as a virtual disk drive. It is used by [[Infinity]] in many of his images and is available from [http://home.comcast.net/~kenzhao8/downloads.htm his site].
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'''Devf-ram''' is a ramdisk driver which allows you to use some of the Audrey's 32MB of RAM as a virtual disk drive. It is used by [[Infinity]] in many of his images and is available from [http://archive.is/20031212225052/home.comcast.net/~kenzhao8/downloads.htm his site].
   
 
==Instructions==
 
==Instructions==
 
Here are Infinity's instructions:
 
Here are Infinity's instructions:
 
:You can create a Ram drive on Audrey's internal 32MB ram. This is a temporary storage folder and will disappear when Audrey is rebooted. You can add the commands to your boot.sh to have the ram drive created at boot.
 
:You can create a Ram drive on Audrey's internal 32MB ram. This is a temporary storage folder and will disappear when Audrey is rebooted. You can add the commands to your boot.sh to have the ram drive created at boot.
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<pre>
 
1. download devf-ram from my website
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# Download devf-ram from my website
2. put it in /bin
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# Put it in /bin
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# Type:
3. chmod a+x /bin/devf-ram
 
(skip 1 2 3 if you have devf-ram)
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<pre>Chmod a+x /bin/devf-ram</pre>
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# Type:
4. devf-ram -s0,#M -c
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<pre>devf-ram -s0,#M -c</pre>
(# is 2,4,8,16, or 32)
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:(# is 2,4,8,16, or 32)
5. cd /dev
 
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# Type:
(you should see fs2p0 or greater if not try a different # in step 4)
 
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<pre>cd /dev</pre>
6. flashctl -p/dev/fs2p0 -v -e -f
 
 
:(you should see fs2p0 or greater if not try a different # in step 4)
7. cd /
 
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# Type:
(you should see fs2p0 as a folder)
 
 
<pre>flashctl -p/dev/fs2p0 -v -e -f</pre>
<pre>
 
 
:You can store anything you want in /fs2p0 but it will be erased after a reboot. you can put step 4 and 6 in your /kojak/boot.sh to have the ram drive created at boot.
 
:You can store anything you want in /fs2p0 but it will be erased after a reboot. you can put step 4 and 6 in your /kojak/boot.sh to have the ram drive created at boot.
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==External link==
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* [http://web.archive.org/20031003180214/home.comcast.net/~kenzhao8/devf-ram devf-ram from Infinity's site]

Latest revision as of 05:09, 13 November 2013

Devf-ram is a ramdisk driver which allows you to use some of the Audrey's 32MB of RAM as a virtual disk drive. It is used by Infinity in many of his images and is available from his site.

Instructions[]

Here are Infinity's instructions:

You can create a Ram drive on Audrey's internal 32MB ram. This is a temporary storage folder and will disappear when Audrey is rebooted. You can add the commands to your boot.sh to have the ram drive created at boot.
  1. Download devf-ram from my website
  2. Put it in /bin
  3. Type:
Chmod a+x /bin/devf-ram
  1. Type:
devf-ram -s0,#M -c
(# is 2,4,8,16, or 32)
  1. Type:
cd /dev
(you should see fs2p0 or greater if not try a different # in step 4)
  1. Type:
flashctl -p/dev/fs2p0 -v -e -f
You can store anything you want in /fs2p0 but it will be erased after a reboot. you can put step 4 and 6 in your /kojak/boot.sh to have the ram drive created at boot.

External link[]