Just downloaded and installed Andriod-x86 – the Android version which is capable of running on PC’s . All the hard work has been done by the folks at http://www.android-x86.org/ . The installation is almost same as a standard Linux distribution since its based on Linux.
Three basic rules for newbie developers trying to find and fix bugs
1. Computers are right most of the times.
2. There is a 150% chance that your code is wrong.
3. Rule# 1 and Rule# 2 holds true always.
Yes, its possible to run a perfectly non live cd system without a hard disk. All you need to have is a substitute for the hard disk . A usb pen drive is a good replacement. Anything greater than 4GB should work fine. The Fedora installation process detects the pen drive and offers to install the OS on it. There is no special configuration that needs to be done. All you need to do is change the order of boot devices in your BIOS so that it boots from the USB HDD. Your Linux Desktop should now run completely fine even without an hard disk.