After 2 weeks of trying, failing, trying again, still failing, I finally got Ubuntu stable and operational.
My hard disk is quite old and slow but I have excessive RAM (16 GB 2133 mhz), so I was thinking about using that RAM for faster fetching.
How can I manually cache programs' binaries before running it? I know about preload but that's not what I want, I want to be able to lock the process' binaries in the memory so it can't get out and I wanna do that manually, preferably with GUI but I don't have a problem with terminal.
I don't wanna run it, just load the binaries and dependencies in memory.
Do you know anything that can do that?