Nowadays, when making a live cd/dvd distribution there exists an option to load the entire iso image to the Ram memory and run it from there. Below, I will list few pros and cons related to this approach.
*You can remove your boot media after the os has loaded to the live-mode.
*When the load has been completed the system remains faster (since it does not need to retrieve anything from an external media).
*Ramboot state is generally speaking a lot more stable than the traditional live-mode and thus you can compile things and test different ideas without the fear of crashes (in most cases). Continue reading