I'm wondering if this is possible. I want to set up a linux system that mounts
/ remote linux machine to
/ on the local machine. However, I want all changes on the local machine to be saved to ram so that it doesn't affect the remote machine. Ideally the changes would NEVER be written, so that when I reboot, it mounts the original
/ partition again disregarding all changes made during the previous session.
Is something like that possible?