Instead of running all of your software directly off you computer’s hardware why not try virtualizing it?
Proxmox Virtual Environment allows you to create virtual machines and containers with its online graphical user interface.
I used Techno Tim’s tutorial on how to setup and install Proxmox
Techno Tim’s Tutorial
What you’ll need to run Proxmox:
-8GB USB Stick
-A computer to run Proxmox on
Creating Install USB
You’ll need to download the latest version of the Proxmox VE ISO installer
The latest image as of this blog post is 6.3.
You’ll also need to download a program such as balenaEtcher to flash the ISO to your USB
You’ll want to install balenaEtcher and then pick your Proxmox ISO as the image. Select your USB and flash the ISO.
Next plug the newly flashed USB into the computer you’d like to run Proxmox on. Select your USB drive to boot and then continue with the Proxmox VE Installer.
At the end of the installer you’ll get an IP address to connect to your Proxmox server such as https://192.168.2.55:8006
Click reboot and go to the provided IP address on your computer. You’ll be warned that your connection isn’t private. Continue to the site anyway.
The account’s user will be root, and the password will be the one you set up during the installation.
Adding a Drive
Go to your Proxmox server’s disks and find your device id. Mine is
Next open the shell, it’s the button beside the shutdown button.
d to delete any existing partitions. If you need to select a number such as 1-4 press the final digit (4) and repeat until all partions are deleted.
w to write the changes to the disk.