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SubjectRe: Using cramfs as root filesystem on diskless machine
David Woodhouse wrote:

>It's not polite to respond to private messages in public fora.
>On Fri, 15 Jun 2001, Alexandr Andreev wrote:
>>Bootloader only jumps to the kernel entry point. The initrd image is
>>compiled inside the kernel.
>So it's in a ROM or flash chip? Why copy it into memory then? We have
>support for ROM and flash chips.
No any flash, disk, floppy... only RAM, image is inside kernel.
#ls -s vmlinux
4852 vmlinux
#objdump --headers vmlinux
.initrd <- Here is the image.

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