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initramfs.conf - configuration file for mkinitramfs
The behaviour of mkinitramfs can be modified by its configuration file.
Each line in the file can be a configuration variable, a blank line, or
a comment. The value of an variable is assigned by an statement of the
Configuration options can be broken out into configuration snippets and
placed in individual files in the /etc/mkinitramfs/conf.d directory.
Files in this directory are always read after the main configuration
file, so you can override the settings in the main config file without
editing it directly.
Specifies the modules for the initramfs image. The default
setting is most.
most adds all the framebuffer, acpi, file system, ide, sata,
scsi and usb drivers.
dep tries to guess which modules are necessary for the running
netboot adds the base modules, network modules, but skips block
list includes only modules from the additional modules list.
Include busybox utilities for the boot scripts. If set to ’n’
mkinitramfs will build an initramfs whithout busybox. Beware
that many boot scripts need busybox utilities.
BOOT Allows to use an nfs drive as the root of the drive. The
default is to boot of an local media (harddrive, USB stick).
Set to nfs for an NFS root share.
Specifies the network interface, like eth0.
Defaults to auto in order to pick up value from DHCP server.
Otherwise you need to specify HOST:MOUNT.
The initramfs-tools are written by Maximilian Attems
<firstname.lastname@example.org>, Jeff Bailey <email@example.com> and
numerous others. Loosely based on mkinitrd.conf by Herbert Xu.
initramfs-tools(8), mkinitramfs(8), update-initramfs(8).
$Date: 2006/10/12 $ INITRAMFS.CONF(5)