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Re: [tor-talk] Is there a way to use internet in a sandbox environment? (Linux)
Bootstraps and kernel must get loaded and executed.
All [writeable] hiers can be either mounted off media,
or ramdisk, or NFS iSCSI darknet etc, and encrypted or not.
Some systems mount the media as rootfs for userland,
others copy it to ramdisk and pivot root to that.
You can still bundle in or append the entire fs to the
kernel and boot the whole single file blob over the
network with your xbox on the big screen if you want.
"Image" historically refers more to the kernel,
which people used to write directly to a single boot floppy.
Many ways to do it. Have fun :)
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