[Vol-users] coldboot - usb, iso or distro - using LiME

Andrew Case atcuno at gmail.com
Wed Jun 5 08:44:13 CDT 2013

booting to a real linux distro is still going to use quite a bit of
RAM and most of it in the first GB of physical memory, which is not
what you want. I believe there was DOS based live CD OS that was used
during the cold boot reseasrch or by some group replicating it. This
would be much more useful if you could find it.

On Tue, Jun 4, 2013 at 9:04 AM, Filipe Bernardo <filipesam at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
> First congrats on a great tool :)
> I'm looking for some iso/distro to be able to do some "coldboot" testing,
> and i was thinking on using LiME module.
> Does anyone have done anything related to this, like a really small kernel
> booting to usb, and dump the mem?
> What do you guys use to do memory dumps? (on "real" systems not vm's ?)
> Thanks
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