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Re: versatile architecture image suitable for qemu usage?

On Thu, Jan 08, 2009 at 11:35:22PM +0900, Junichi Uekawa wrote:
> I tried to test qemubuilder armel support and realized that I don't
> have the latest kernel.

> initrd isn't distributed inside a package, and I don't think there's a 
> kernel which doesn't work without a initrd.

> Is there a kernel which contains minimal support for ext2/3 and/or
> initrd which contains them ? (and supports parsing init= kernel
> command-line option).

I think it's better to make qemubuilder support booting with initrd.
Then you can extend support from just armel/versatile to any arch/kernel
provided by debian (and, of course, supported by qemu).

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