Someone wrote a post about putting filesystem.squashfs into a archive *I think it was cpio archive * somewhere. This means you could defined it something like this.
append initrd=clonezilla-live/filesystem.squashfs.cpio boot=live live-config noswap nolocales edd=on nomodeset noprompt keyboard-layouts=NONE locales=en_US.UTF-8
However I can't find it again after looking through all my book mark history which is annoying because I want to try this now.
Does anyone remember how to do this or the original post?
Did you mean this?
Hi Steven thanks for your reply, no I meant calling the filesystem.squashfs as a ramdisk? so i dont have to pull it from the server using tftp or http transfer.
Did you mean to use the option "toram"? If so, actually there is an option in the boot menu about this:
It actually uses "toram=filesystem.squashfs" in the boot parameters.
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