Difference between pages "Funtoo Startup" and "Template:Article"

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Funtoo uses several components to start up. However, the overall process is rather simple and much like any other system.
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# Some sort of [[bootloader]] starts.
# The [[kernel]] is loaded into memory and begins execution.
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# The kernel loads an [[initramfs]] or [[initrd]] image if one exists and begins executing it.
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# The kernel, initrd, or initramfs passes execution to the [[init]] system.
# [[OpenRC]] is built around the init system to start and stop services appropriately.
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# A mechanism for [[login]] is presented.

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