3.3 Transfer from CD-ROM - Make a RAM Disk Boot System

The section describes transferring a few files from the CD-ROM image to a drive, probably a flash drive, and configuring it to boot ttylinux into a RAM disk, as does the CD-ROM.

A Linux system, either ttylinux or some other Linux system, can be used to make a ttylinux bootable flash drive.

The ttylinux script /sbin/ttylinux-flash makes a bootable ttylinux on a flash drive, and it does this in such a way that the new flash drive ttylinux copy can then be used in place of a CD-ROM as the source for another ttylinux transfer, but only if you again use the ttylinux script.