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I'm thinking we should include the option of not having a initrd, and just having a bzImage.
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I like that idea too.
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This guide directly starts with using dracut. I think it's better to rewrite it with generic ideas how to build custom kernel, without initrd, and then with different initramfs creation tools.
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Asha:
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Macbook Pro 6.1 - Core i7 M 620 - 4 GB RAM - 500 GB HDD
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EFI Boot with Grub2, only funtoo in a luks/lvm.
  
:::i propose we move this article to [[Kernel/Manual]] i propose we sign our discussion statements ala <pre>~~~~</pre> [[User:Threesixes|Threesixes]] ([[User talk:Threesixes|talk]]) 19:34, 23 September 2014 (UTC)
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Freya:
 
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EeePc 1008HA - Atom N720 - 1 GB RAM
== build useflag? ==
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/dev/sda1 boot
 
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/dev/sda2 root
Why, in advanced section, is the "build" useflag set?
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/dev/sda3 fat32 (EeePc Boot Booster)
 
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When I `equery u vanilla-sources` for instance, it is said:
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    !!internal use only!! DO NOT SET THIS FLAG YOURSELF!, used for creating build images and the
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    first half of bootstrapping [make stage1
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Hi! I'm a Python & Java web developer from Spain! Also interested in Operating Systems, Artificial Intelligence and Software Craftmanship.

Devices:

Asha: Macbook Pro 6.1 - Core i7 M 620 - 4 GB RAM - 500 GB HDD EFI Boot with Grub2, only funtoo in a luks/lvm.

Freya: EeePc 1008HA - Atom N720 - 1 GB RAM /dev/sda1 boot /dev/sda2 root /dev/sda3 fat32 (EeePc Boot Booster)