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Mon Jan 28 15:06:39 EST 2013
> Of course, an initrd on floppy is kind of silly, because you still need to
> find someplace else to fit the actual kernel - which hasn't fit on a floppy
> for quite some time.
Do we must need initrd.img to boot system ?
> > Does this /boot/initrd.img file come out when building kernel ?
> > how to build it?
> Your system should have either 'mkinitrd' or 'dracut' to build the
> initrd image. Some older systems will have 'mkinitramfs'.
I know how to make a initrd image file , but put what data into it?
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