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SubjectRe: Problem with init= parameter when starting kernel
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In article <324BBB2D.4ACE4FE8@enterprise.net>,
Oliver Elphick <olly@enterprise.net> wrote:
>This is a multi-part message in MIME format.

Yuk!

>At kernel 2.0.13 and 2.0.21 (and probably others), if the argument init=...
>is given to the kernel, as for example:
>
> init=/sbin/init.new
>
>the kernel calls the specified program but seems to execute it wrongly.
>init.new failed with the message
>
> Usage: sh 0123456SsQqAaBbCc

Fixed in init 2.64 (which has actually been the most stable in the 2.6x
series, this far).

Mike.
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