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SubjectRe: tip: bzip2/lzma now in tip:x86/setup-lzma
Alain Knaff wrote:
> Jan Engelhardt wrote:
>> Even if it is true in general, I would not remove CONFIG_INITRAMFS_SOURCE
>
> Hmmm, but now that I think of it, maybe the CONFIG_INITRAMFS_SOURCE
> setting could be used to decide whether to compress initramfs.
>
> If empty => do not compress builtin initramfs. It's only 950 bytes, and
> will be compressed along with the kernel anyways.
>
> If not empty => use an additional config setting (let's call it
> CONFIG_INITRAMFS_COMPRESSION) to decide which compressor to use.
>

No, that's at least potentially very wrong. Let's not go down that rathole.

-hpa

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H. Peter Anvin, Intel Open Source Technology Center
I work for Intel. I don't speak on their behalf.



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