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Re: creating custom initrd [solved]



At 11:44 AM +0100 11/10/07, Gijs wrote:
>John Summerfield wrote:
>> Mike Wright wrote:
>>> John Summerfield wrote:
 ...
>>>> I think you can do something by adding a file to
>>>> /etc/sysconfig/mkinitrd/ where you set MODULES to the list of
>>>> modules to add,
>>>>
>>>
>>> Good catch, John!
>>>
>>
>> Shucks, <blush>
>>
>> I only did what I always do, check whether it's a script, and if it
>> is, read it. It's a good way to learn shell tricks, and sometimes to
>> solve the problem at hand.
>>
>Ah great, thanks a lot.
>Indeed, after I set MODULES to "sata_nv" in the file
>/etc/sysconfig/mkinitrd, it got added after the update to the initrd :)
>
>A bit weird that a file like this is not present after you install
>mkinitrd though.

Now that you have a solution, file a bug against mkinitrd, asking for a
template file to be installed and for the man page to mention the file in
the Files section, stating what can be defined in it.
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