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howtos:slackware_admin:building_the_linux_kernel_using_git_repository [2014/02/15 20:08 (UTC)]
metaschima updated installkernel script
howtos:slackware_admin:building_the_linux_kernel_using_git_repository [2014/11/26 01:08 (UTC)] (current)
metaschima Added info about VFAT and EFI partitions
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 This option is deprecated in favor of EFI Variable filesystem. It can [[https://​lkml.org/​lkml/​2013/​4/​16/​473|cause data inconsistency issues]] This option is deprecated in favor of EFI Variable filesystem. It can [[https://​lkml.org/​lkml/​2013/​4/​16/​473|cause data inconsistency issues]]
 > **File systems** > **File systems**
-You **MUST** either build-in the driver for the filesystem on which the kernel modules reside **OR** create an initrd, or the kernel will **NOT** boot. +You **MUST** either build-in the driver for the filesystem on which the kernel modules reside **OR** create an initrd, or the kernel will **NOT** boot. You should also build-in the driver for the filesystem ​on which the kernel itself resides in case it resides on a different ​filesystem ​type than the modules e.g. EFI VFAT partition.
->> CD-ROM/DVD Filesystems +
->>>​ UDF file system support +
-You need this if you plan on reading or writing disks with the UDF filesystem.+
 >> DOS/FAT/NT Filesystems >> DOS/FAT/NT Filesystems
 +>>>​ MSDOS fs support
 +>>>​ VFAT (Windows-95) fs support
 +You need these built-in if you use EFI. The kernel will boot if they are modules, but catch22 type situations can easily result.
 >>>​ NTFS file system support >>>​ NTFS file system support
 >>>​ NTFS write support >>>​ NTFS write support
 You need this if you want to write to NTFS filesystems. You need this if you want to write to NTFS filesystems.
 +>> CD-ROM/DVD Filesystems
 +>>>​ UDF file system support
 +You need this if you plan on reading or writing disks with the UDF filesystem.
 >>>​ Miscellaneous filesystems ​ ---> >>>​ Miscellaneous filesystems ​ --->
 >>>>​ EFI Variable filesystem >>>>​ EFI Variable filesystem

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