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SubjectKernel eats argument=

I wanted to have 'cprofile=a_profile" specified to my init
system. Now after some hours of debugging I see that
everything that is in the form of


is eaten by the kernel and _not_ given to init.
Is that how it should be or is that a bug?

If it's how it should be, I'll switch to "cprofile:a_profile"
or will Linux eat that, too?

The most mysterious thing (for me) is that /proc/cmdline
contains that stuff again.

Nico, somehow confused

Keep it simple & stupid, use what's available.
Please use pgp encryption: 8D0E 27A4 is my id. |[unhandled content-type:application/pgp-signature]
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