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May
24
comment Querying an overlayfs
I see that some tutorial told that, that moiunt will shoe the detail of mounted overlayfs, but in practise, on ubuntu 12, the mount give me not enought info.
May
24
revised Querying an overlayfs
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May
22
comment Querying an overlayfs
Thank for the answer. Unlikely I didn't find nothing similar for overlayfs.
May
20
comment Querying an overlayfs
Please Celada, tell me about the method suitable for aufs and unionfs so I can check if something similar is working also for overlayfs
May
17
comment Querying an overlayfs
I'm using overlayfs
May
17
revised Querying an overlayfs
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May
15
asked Querying an overlayfs
Feb
25
accepted Kernel/grub : how override root parameter inside initrd script
Feb
25
comment Kernel/grub : how override root parameter inside initrd script
"grub sets the parameter to the kernel before your initrd is executed" that's what was I thinking, but after several attempt I see that, at least with the revision I'm workin on , something work differently. After executing initrd grub still call the kernel with the old parameters.
Feb
21
answered Kernel/grub : how override root parameter inside initrd script
Feb
21
comment Kernel/grub : how override root parameter inside initrd script
Inside initrd I was able to check the available device and mount it but when I exit from initrd scritp , grub always send the old root parameter to kernel.
Feb
21
comment Kernel/grub : how override root parameter inside initrd script
In old kernel I have to use initrd ( not initramfs ) and despite I have tried to mont the device inside the script of initrd at the end there is always an attempt to old the device specified in root parameter which lead to a kernel paci error
Feb
21
asked Kernel/grub : how override root parameter inside initrd script
Feb
21
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Feb
20
comment Using a custom name for root device in GRUB
"create a link named /dev/ccl1" I have already tried with a link but I have the same problem. It seems to me that the kernel made some check on value passed to "root=" and allowed only predefined value.
Feb
20
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Feb
20
comment Using a custom name for root device in GRUB
"So where did ccl1 come from?" I create myself manually
Feb
20
comment Using a custom name for root device in GRUB
The reason of the custom ccl1 is because I need to create it at startup inside initrd script in order to mach with the right device wich should change depending of the mother board used. I need somethng to populate the root=xxxx parameter at run-time, and label adn uuid is not working with this kernel.
Feb
20
comment Using a custom name for root device in GRUB
I already tried to boot using UUID and LABEL but it seems that the root didn't alloow the option root=LABEL=xxx and root=UUID=xxxx
Feb
20
revised Using a custom name for root device in GRUB
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