This may be a silly question but can I not use devb-ram to create a ram disk that the filesystem can read/write to?
I invoked it as:
devb-ram ram capacity=600000 &
to create a roughly 300 Meg ram drive followed by the DINIT printout.
I now see entries in /dev for hd2 and df reports /dev/hd2 with the 600000 blocks and pidin reports that I now have 300 megs less ram available. So definitely devb-ram allocated the space.
However I can’t mount this drive nor can I ‘cd’ to it to create a directory and copy files there. So how exactly can one use this as a temp file storage (for example I want to copy a lot of files into RAM to save disk access during running)? Or is this not possible?