1 What is it? 2 =========== 3 4 You can create tmpfs based Arch Linux installations that you 5 can chroot inside of them. 6 7 How to use it? 8 ============== 9 10 First set the `user' variable in the script to your username. 11 12 sudo ./rvm create arch /home/<user>/arch-mnt 13 14 This will create a volume named `arch' in the specified path. 15 It will also backup the rootfs into a .tgz and place it in 16 /home/<user>/.rvm. 17 18 sudo ./rvm start arch /home/<user>/arch-mnt 19 20 Starts the volume named `arch', at this point you can use 21 `arch-chroot /home/<user>/arch-mnt /bin/bash' or similar to 22 chroot into the volume. 23 24 sudo ./rvm stop arch /home/<user>/arch-mnt 25 26 Stops the volume named `arch'. It will backup the rootfs 27 into /home/<user>/.rvm/arch.tgz.