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Re: Adding userconf to /boot and /boot.cfg
> I have an amd64 machine where default kernels do not boot. Sure, the
> problem should be fixed, but I'm lazy to track it down so I
> implemented something else that serves me as a workaround and will be
> useful in the general case too.
> What I have done is add a 'userconf' command to /boot (and /boot.cfg)
> that can pass random userconf commands to the kernel. This way I can
> disable a driver without having to rebuild a custom kernel.
> Patch attached.
> I know others are trying to do something similar. But this simple
> approach merges well with other commands in /boot (e.g. load) and is
> simple. I'd like to commit this right now.
> Julio M. Merino Vidal <jmmv84%gmail.com@localhost>
Has this been committed? I don't see it in man pages.
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