Re: multistrap rootfs with initramfs
>> Is booting into a multistrap rootfs possible.
> With a bit of tweakery so that enough is set up for booting. We
> (balloonboard) avoid this by using a buildroot initramfs for first
> boot and rootfs download/installation/configuration.
I'm not quite sure what you're saying here.
Do you create two linux/initramfs images. One to do the initial
configuration on boot, then somehow wrap the final filesystem into a new
initramfs (eg. via cpio.tgz) and rebuild linux/initramfs with the fully
configured rootfs image ??
How is the "buildroot initramfs" created ?? Is this a multistrap rootfs
that has been configured somehow (eg. nfsmounted), then used as a
"buildroot initramfs" ?? Or is it some "non-debian" manually crafted
minimal rootfs that can boot without configuration ??
Is the script you posted (which is on the wiki too) used to create the
initial rootfs initramfs that is used for the first boot, or for the
second roofs initramfs ??