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SubjectRe: [Acpi] Re: ACPI fundamental locking problems
arjan@fenrus.demon.nl wrote:
> >> Would it be possible to use a cramfs image in vmlinux (i.e. real
> >> filesystem image, not an in-kernel-structures fs like ramfs), and map
> >> it directly from the kernel image (it would have to be suitably aligned,
> >> of course)?
>
> > Yes that would work, and it would work on machines with less RAM too.
> > You would want to remove the cramfs filesystem code when you're done though.
>
> Until you pxe-boot your kernel over the network........

I don't see a problem with that. pxe-boot loads vmlinuz, kernel boots
and finds cramfs image inside itself. Problem?

-- Jamie
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