-> Running build hook: [block] I'm thinking about switching completely to Linux, but one thing that always annoys me is the mouse acceleration, which I have not yet found a way to really disable. Advanced users may wish to install the latest development version of mkinitcpio from Git with the mkinitcpio-gitAURpackage. I'm not sure what is causing this problem. Instead of specifying the configuration file and which output file, every time you generate a new initial ramdisk, you define a preset and use the -p switch to generate an initial ramdisk according to your preset. When doing a pacman -Syu system upgrade, mkinitcpio builds for the CURRENT kernel, not the NEW one. ==> Building image from preset: /etc/mkinitcpio.d/linux.preset: 'default' $ ls /lib/modules For example, the following will generate an initramfs image according to the directions in /etc/mkinitcpio-custom.conf and save it at /boot/linux-libre-custom.img. Hi! by bulletmark » Tue Mar 14, 2017 10:43 pm, Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 2 guests, Powered by phpBB © 2000, 2002, 2005, 2007 phpBB Group
The lvm2 and sd-lvm2 hooks are installed by lvm2, not mkinitcpio. Have logical volumes stretched over several disks. # mkinitcpio -c /etc/mkinitcpio-custom.conf -g /boot/linux … I just ran a pacman update which, among other things, upgraded json-c from 0.12.1-1 to 0.13-1. Note: Many of the configuration options produced in 20-nvidia.conf by using nvidia-xconfig are set automatically by the driver and are not needed. Create Arch bootable USB with extra file storage on the same drive? I don't want any tampering with my mouse input, it should be raw. -> Running build hook: [udev] A preset is a pre-defined definition on how to create an initial ramdisk.
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