On Wed, Jul 21, 2010 at 7:32 PM, Andy Green <andy(a)warmcat.com> wrote:
On 07/21/10 19:06, Somebody in the thread at some point said:
> Adam Miller píše v St 21. 07. 2010 v 11:44 -0500:
>> I really like this idea, I think it will make widespread distribution
>> and adoption of Fedora much easier for those interested. What all
>> would need doing in terms of logistics and planning for providing this
>> sort of thing or is it really just a simple "compile different kernel
> building the kernel is only one part (and it can be solved with multiple
> kernel packages built from different configs), but the more tricky part
> is the cooperation with the booloader and boot device ...
What're you thinking about there in terms of "cooperation with the
bootloader and boot device"?
Either the kernel is configured to use a built-in commandline which
isn't very flexible, or those configuration elements are coming from the
bootloader on a kernel commandline. If it's the latter case, it's out
of scope for a kernel package to change that.
I'm not sure about much of the bootloader issue but does any of the
stuff that Ubuntu and others are doing though Linaro any help?