1. what is the meaning of initrd_start in rd.c (linux-2.4.0)?
Is it means 0x00070000?
or is it means the initrd.gz will be decompressed to the
2. I'm tracing the rd.c and found that initrd_load() will be
called only if initrd_start != 0, but for my testing
case, it seems always initrd_start==0.
Which kernel parameter can modify the initrd_start?
3. How to tell the kernel that I have a initrd who's image
is located 0x00070000?
I saw the Document/kernel-parameters.txt, is seems doesn't
have suitable parameter for me to use.
Should I modify the kernel source code to fit my requirement?
I've saw the "How-To: make root/boot disk", it use floppy's
specific sector as ramdisk image,
I think is's a little similar to my application,
I will try to just specify memory location instead of
reading from floppy's specific sector.
Thanks in advance for you help
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