You don't have to set the command line anyway. At least you _didn't_.
> I boot diskless all of time and supporting a ramdisk is trivial. You
> just a have a program that slaps a kernel a ramdisk, and some command
> line arguments into a single image, along with a touch of adapter code
> to set the kernel parameters correctly and then boot that.
It's a PITA. Downloading a kernel by TFTP each time you make a one-line
change is painful enough, without having to download a ramdisk to go with
And once those kernels are being built with CONFIG_BLK_DEV=n, the ramdisk
is going to be an even more unattractive solution.
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