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Date:	Thu, 03 May 2007 21:38:35 +0400
From:	Dmitry Krivoschekov <>
To:	Al Boldi <>
Subject: Re: Execute in place

Al Boldi wrote:
> Dmitry Krivoschekov wrote:
>> Al Boldi wrote:
>>> Now, if there were only an easy way to make tmpfs persistent?
>> It would be not a tmpfs (*temporary* fs)then,
> Isn't everything really just temporary?

Would  you like to talk about this?
Not with me, I'm not a psychoanalyst :)

>> but something like this
> Thanks a lot, but this seems to rely on a non-volatile RAM.

No, it relies on a battery-backed normal RAM, which of course
may be considered as non-volatile.

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