Subject: Re: kern/start_init()/init_main.c doesn't care for /rescue ?
To: NetBSD-tech-kern <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Sascha Retzki <email@example.com>
Date: 07/09/2004 07:30:44
Am Fr, 2004-07-09 um 02.09 schrieb der Mouse:
> > According to start_init()'s code there's no way to manually specify
> > exact path for init if vfs_mountroot() runs fine.
> Ages ago, I did away with the hardwired list of init paths and added
> code to prompt for a path to init either if the first attempt to run
> init fails or if a boot option (I used -i on most ports I've added it
> to) is given.
May I add that this behavior *rocks* :)) ... I saw it on a LiveCD once,
really handy some time.
> If anyone thinks this is worth picking up, the patches are in
> alongside the rest of my private patches - fetch the "doc" file to see
> what's what there.
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