This evening I fell into a gameboy rabbit hole:
I learned a few things about RAM today. Things began with the realisation that a CPU can read 32GB of RAM (e.g. all of it) in about 10 seconds. That surprised me at first, and then I thought about it (for the first time ever, not usually a big fan of thinking, can lead to discomfort).
I have a few RPis on my desk but I had no idea what version they were. I ran these commands to find out:
$ cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep Model $ free -h $ lsb_release -a $ ip a
Reading about how to create a RAM disk on Linux:
# mount -o size=200M -t tmpfs none /mnt/tmpfs