I am keen to dump the contents of physical RAM into a flat file on my Ubuntu box but all I get is a 1MB file using dd (Which is odd as I have 4GB of RAM!).
The command I am using is
dd if=/dev/mem of=/usr/dd.mem. I have also tried using /dev/kmem as an input file but i get a file not found error (and yes, the file is in the /dev directory)
I know in Windows you can use the \.\PhysicalMemory\ parameter as an input file.
Does anyone have an idea of how I can do this in Linux?