Fedora: Booting Fedora LIVE to RAM

Fedora live images do not include the "Boot to RAM" option any more. This is not a big problem as the scripts needed to boot to RAM are still there.

You just need to add rd.live.ram as boot option.

To do that, highlight "Start Fedora Live" using the keyboard keys and press TAB to edit boot command line. Add rd.live.ram and press Enter.

Press TAB to edit boot command line

Add: rd.live.ram 

Press ENTER

Comments

Anonymous said…
Peter, please change 'livre' to 'live' since this post is the only search engine result for this. Thank you for sharing the command.

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