Talking about other hooks and a more generic view of the early userspace
I am the current maintainer of the theAUR, and, I've also developed some other mkinitcpio hooks, such as: AUR and AUR. I will write some wiki pages describing them, but I would also like to talk more about the early userspace. So, my question is, should I make an early userspace page, should I write a page just for the hooks? Should I write it and make it related to the mkinitcpio page? Thanks in advance.
- It depends a lot on how much content you're actually going to write. I suggest starting by expanding on the early userspace in Arch boot process; then, if what you write gets too long, we can always consider splitting the page. About custom/additional hooks you might create a section below Mkinitcpio#Common hooks, following the same principle: if the content gets too long/detailed to stay in the page, we can split it later. In any case, it's very important that you try your best to avoid duplicating existing information in other articles, and instead either add links to them, or move that information to your new content, if it fits best there, and add links to the new location from the articles where the info was removed. — Kynikos (talk) 4:32, 12 February 2015 (UTC)
WARNING: No modules were added to the image. This is probably not what you want.
sudo make modules_install then
mkinitcpio -g /boot/linux-custom2.img -k 3.3.0-ARCH-custom9