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The reason why kexec-ing into Windows is so difficult and complicated is because the internal design mechanism of kexec has an imperfection that, it assumes all OS boot loaders loads OS kernel image in a similar way, which is clearly not the case. For example, some OS kernel image must be loaded starting from some special memory address offset, some OS may ...


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I haven't tested Rocky yet, so this answer is based on RHEL/CentOS, but I'd expect it to be essentially the same. The network boot process will need the squashfs installer image: it should be available on the installation CD at images/install.img. If you don't want to image mount the ISO, then you should extract that image from the ISO and make it available ...


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I had the same issue as you awhile ago. Heres the command I used in the Windows installer usb command prompt: Bcdboot C:\Windows /l en-us /s x: /f ALL Use diskpart to mount and unmount disks. Replace C:\Windows with your windows drives Windows folder and x: with your grub disk.


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The following command is the closest command to your need : telinit 1 But to flush cache disk, you should use sync


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"Mounting a filesystem" is a Linux/Unix concept: it does not really exist in GRUB. Specifying a $prefix or $root for GRUB is not really like mounting a filesystem in Linux/Unix. They are literally just prefixes to relative or absolute pathnames, respectively. $prefix is used when GRUB is loading any GRUB modules, and it can also be used as a ...


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