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initrd is a method for loading a temporary file system into memory, during the process of booting the Linux kernel.

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When linux kernel boots into the initramfs filsystem, it doesn't run /sbin/init, but /init. The solution is to symlink the /sbin/init to /init. UPDATE: I tried to recreate your problems and I discove …
answered Apr 14 '16 by kristjank