On Thu, Oct 24, 2013 at 12:42:49PM -0500, Alex Villacís Lasso wrote:
Just for the record, the actual size of the on-disk initramfs is
7861729 bytes. I padded it with 7 extra zero bytes to make the size
a multiple of 8, in case the bootloader requires an 8-byte
restriction. Why 8-byte? The kernel image got that size restriction
Is this valid? I can not recall anyone saying they had to pad the
size of the initramfs file.
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