El 22/10/13 14:08, Yamaban escribió:
Separate from the install-system / live-system
what NEEDS to be in the initrd / initramfs phase?
Can we make a renewed definition, to get a smaller standard?
As it is, mkinitrd runs every kernel update at least, would it
that bad to run it during system install / update once?
For most, the host-specific (-H) option would bring a reduction.
If we tamper with this stuff anyway, please, can we add an option for:
non-graphic / text-only boot?
This option already exist.. theme is called "text".
Getting rid off Plymouth / other graphic
boot things gets harder every new distro release.
huh ? it is a simple as removing plymouth or booting with plymouth.enable=0
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