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SubjectRe: Generic VESA framebuffer driver and Video card BOOT?
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On Gwe, 2004-10-15 at 19:20, Kendall Bennett wrote:
> Also I assume the code would need to end up in the initrg image, correct?
> Can you point me at some resources to learn more about how to get custom
> code into the initrd image?

Just roll whatever you want into it. Its a file system that is your
initial root fs and is then swapped to appear under a file system it
mounts (and finally potentially is freed).

Something like the Red Hat "mkinitrd" ought to give you a good flavour
of what you can do with it.

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