kernel executing from flash

christof xfr at
Fri Mar 24 02:14:30 EST 2000

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all Linux I know will be copied during startup from Harddisk, NFS or Flash to RAM and will be executed there.
Is there a possibility for smaller systems to run the
kernel directly from flash memory as other embedded os's do? Did somebody try this or is it totaly impossible?

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