[arch-general] Initramfs fallback render
sugar.and.scruffy at gmail.com
Fri Nov 15 13:35:14 EST 2013
On 11/15/13 at 06:37pm, Ismael Bouya wrote:
> By the way I came to a "dark" point : how does systemd knows that he is
> started in fallbackmode ?
Likely, something is broken with your fallback initramfs.
Booting from the fallback should be no different than booting from the
normal initramfs. The fallback simply doesn't apply the autodetect
hook, so it does not try to exclude unnecessary modules.
The fallback is typically useful if you have a disk that you might want
to move to another machine with different hardware. It is just not
machine specific like th normal one.
sugar.and.scruffy [at] gmail.com
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