They can presumably use whatever they already do, except they'll make
it into a .cpio.gz file instead of an .img.gz file.
> The important thing, I think, is that it should be easy for
> less-than-guru level hackers to add programs to the initramfs,
> even if the program they want can't be linked with klibc.
> This really comes down to: What will the build process be for
> these initramfs images?
> By the way, is initramfs intended to supercede initrd, or will
> they co-exist?
Eventually supercede; it will let us pull out an amazing amount of
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