On Fri, 2017-08-11 at 14:54 -0400, Chris Boot wrote: [...] > - The default initramfs assembly system, initramfs-tools, incorporates > busybox into the initramfs and it's used until the root filesystem (and > /usr if separate) is mounted and can be pivot_rooted into. We also use > parts of klibc in the initramfs, and I'm not yet entirely clear what > tools in the initramfs are klibc tools, busybox applets or executables > copied from the running system. [...]
If initramfs-tools is configured to use busybox, busybox installs all its commands and then klibc-utils installs any commands that are not already there. So for any command that they both implement, the busybox implementation is used. Ben. -- Ben Hutchings Never put off till tomorrow what you can avoid all together.
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