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SubjectRe: Hardwired drivers are going away?
Alexander Viro wrote:
>
> On Mon, 14 Jan 2002, David Lang wrote:
>
> > doesn't matter, they are likly to be found on dedicated servers where
> > the flexibility of modules is not needed and the slight performance
> > advantage is desired.
> >
> > making everything modular is fine for desktops/laptops but why should
> > dedicated servers pay the price?
>
> There should be no price. And AFAICS that's doable.

I haven't been following the initramfs stuff, but now I have a question.
Currently we're using initrd to store a kernel and compressed ramdisk bundled
together as an ~7MB single file that gets netbooted by firmware in a card. Will
it be possible to bundle initramfs together with the kernel into a single file
in this same manner?

Thanks,

Chris


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