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Re: Custom DSDT--The Debian Way?

Am Montag, 20. Dezember 2004 13:19 schrieb Daniel Pittman:
> Last time I checked, using the initrd hack prevented you using an initrd
> to boot with.  This is incompatible with both future kernel plans where
> early boot-time code like partition detection move to an initrd, and
> with Debian kernels -- they use an initrd by default.

IIRC, this isn't the case any more. You can put your DSDT in the initrd and 
the patch will find it. As I use a vanilla kernel, I don't need an initrd and 
used the DSDT file as "initrd". 


> The preference for the built-in DSDT has a lot to do with this. :)
> Regards,
>         Daniel
> --
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> maintaining an appearance of life where none exists.
>         -- Robert J. Meltzer

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