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SubjectRe: Problems with iso9660 as initrd
> Followup to:  <m3n0yl90xb.fsf@borg.borderworlds.dk>
> By author: Christian Laursen <xi@borderworlds.dk>
> In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
> > >
> > > Also, you don't have CONFIG_ZISOFS set...
> >
> > Sorry for not being precise enough. It is not a zisofs, just compressed
> > with gzip as usual for an initrd image.
> >
>
> Still unusual, though. Why iso9660? It's not particularly well
> suited for an initrd, especially because of all the redundant data
> structures and extra blocking.

But even if it was zisofs, the kernel shouldn't give oops, should it?


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