I am aware of Puppy linux for this but am not happy with there only being a root user. Would it be a hard job to tell a Linux distro to copy everything to RAM and then run from it?
I don't want to get a bad rep for this but I plan to put together a small LAMP which runs its OS from RAM. I have spoken to many people about this and get very mixed responses the reasons for which I do understand but am going to do this anyway.
Is there a live distro that might suit my purpose? I would be happier in say a Debian environment then have to get used to Puppy. I would rather have multiple users too so my root remains private which is unavailable in Puppy - or is this really necessary? Considering it is a LAMP I would have thought this would be needed for a more secure setup...