RE: How to boot XZ-compressed kernels on the EC2 ?
AWS EC2 does not currently support XZ compressed kernels, but is looking to do so in a future release of the PV-Grub AKI. I don't know any current work arounds, but I also don't think this will be a problem for very long. ;)
James Bromberger | Solution Architect | Amazon Web Services
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> Hello James and everybody,
> I just realised that recent Debian kernels are XZ-compressed and can not be
> booted on the EC2. Do you know a workaround, and do you think that it will
> be a problem in the long term ?
> Have a nice day,
> Charles Plessy
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