I have a bootable USB (ADATA Superior Series S102 Pro 16GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (AS102P-16G-RGY)) with MultiBootUSB (multibootusb.org) with non-persistent Ubuntu, KALI Linux, ParrotSec OS, Arch Linux, and Trinity Rescue Kit. However, if I boot any of those OSs', and then remove the USB drive, any programs that I haven't run so far will fail to run, the display will start flickering, and it will crash and show lots of cmdline outputs like:
[ 10.737654] cannot access <whatever>
Is there a way to load the entire OS (and all programs, files, etc.) from the USB to RAM so that it can be unplugged after the OS boots, without losing OS functionality?
I've already tried the
toram thing, the "RAM mode" option, and the "Load system to RAM" option.
I'd prefer a solution that works for all aforementioned OSs.