Initrd

In computing, initrd (initial ramdisk; not to be confused with initramfs) is a scheme for loading a temporary root file system into memory in the boot process of the Linux kernel. initrd and initramfs refer to two different methods of achieving this. Both are commonly used to make preparations before the real root file system can be mounted.
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  • Linux File System

    … One of the most confusing things to a new Linux user is the Linux file system. Most people are used to work with Windows file system, because it’s easy to located them. In Windows there is a few areas of the file system that you need to know about and don’t bother to about every file in the system. Because they only need to know how to deal…

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