suggestion: rescue boot extension
kraxel at redhat.com
Thu Jun 3 08:19:47 UTC 2010
On 06/02/10 22:33, Jon Masters wrote:
> A recovery initramfs could be used. It could just basically be the
> rescue mode anaconda bits in one image shoved in place to start.
That would be a good idea anyway: Zap the two-stage rescue system
loading. Just have a kernel + initramfs. That would make booting a
rescue system easier as the (todays) small initramfs doesn't need some
way to grap the second stage from somewhere.
Having a rescue system in /boot would be trivial then: just copy kernel
+ rescue.initramfs from the install.iso to /boot and add a grub menu
entry -> done.
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