make-initrd

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make-initrd is a tool to create initramfs images used during Linux bootup.

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Features

Status Task
Symbol kept vote.svg  lvm
Symbol kept vote.svg  raid (autodetect)
Symbol kept vote.svg  raid (mdadm)
Symbol kept vote.svg  luks
Symbol kept vote.svg  multipath
Symbol kept vote.svg  usb
Symbol kept vote.svg  Multiple network interfaces
Symbol kept vote.svg  nfs
Symbol kept vote.svg  resume
Symbol kept vote.svg  btrfs as root filesystem
Symbol kept vote.svg  systemd support
syslog
Symbol kept vote.svg  bootsplash
Symbol kept vote.svg  plymouth
Symbol kept vote.svg  autodetect modules
Symbol kept vote.svg  Use gen_init_cpio to create cpio archive
Symbol kept vote.svg  Use glibc and system libraries
(glibc) Use nfs-utils instead of nfsmount
Symbol kept vote.svg  Create multiple images during a single make-initrd run. It's useful if there's neccessity to create initrd for current configuration as well as the image holding more modules (utilities?) to be more generic.

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Authors

  • Alexey Gladkov
  • Kirill A. Shutemov
 
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