initramfs-tools 0.131ubuntu15.1 source package in Ubuntu


initramfs-tools (0.131ubuntu15.1) cosmic-security; urgency=medium

  * scripts/functions: include a new option to skip enslaved network
    devices. (LP: #1814818)
      Include the new variable NETWORK_SKIP_ENSLAVED. When set to a
      value different than "0", this variable will cause any enslaved
      network devices to be skipped from the list of netbootable
      devices. This variable can be set via the configuration files
      under /etc/initramfs-tools/ or via any configuration file under
      the initrd directory /conf/conf.d/ via a hook script.

 -- Marcelo Henrique Cerri <email address hidden>  Tue, 05 Feb 2019 20:08:09 +0000

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Marcelo Cerri on 2019-02-05
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initramfs-tools: generic modular initramfs generator (automation)

 This package builds a bootable initramfs for Linux kernel packages. The
 initramfs is loaded along with the kernel and is responsible for
 mounting the root filesystem and starting the main init system.

initramfs-tools-bin: binaries used by initramfs-tools

 This package contains binaries used inside the initramfs images generated
 by initramfs-tools.

initramfs-tools-bin-dbgsym: debug symbols for initramfs-tools-bin
initramfs-tools-core: generic modular initramfs generator (core tools)

 This package contains the mkinitramfs program that can be used to
 create a bootable initramfs for a Linux kernel. The initramfs should
 be loaded along with the kernel and is then responsible for mounting
 the root filesystem and starting the main init system.