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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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I have Fedora managing GRUB2 and everything seems normal except i can't boot Arch, the entry appears in grub but checking the menuentry commands i realised that the initrd line points only to /boot … /intel-ucode.img I can boot Arch if i manually add /boot/intel-ucode.img /boot/initramfs-linux-rt.img to the initrd line in grub but is pretty fastidous to do it everytime i want boot Arch. I already …
asked Jun 20 by Macydnah