[Slackbuilds-users] Edit suggested of intel-microcode.SlackBuild
fourtysixandtwo at sliderr.net
Wed Sep 6 12:29:17 UTC 2023
I second Didier's suggestion.
Here's a snippet from the grub docs, the default images it looks for are
at the bottom:
List of space-separated early initrd images to be loaded from
'/boot'. This is for loading things like CPU microcode, firmware,
ACPI tables, crypto keys, and so on. These early images will be
loaded in the order declared, and all will be loaded before the
actual functional initrd image.
'GRUB_EARLY_INITRD_LINUX_STOCK' is for your distribution to declare
images that are provided by the distribution. It should not be
modified without understanding the consequences. They will be
'GRUB_EARLY_INITRD_LINUX_CUSTOM' is for your custom created images.
The default stock images are as follows, though they may be
overridden by your distribution:
intel-uc.img intel-ucode.img amd-uc.img amd-ucode.img
On Wed, Sep 6, 2023 at 5:08 AM Andrzej Telszewski <andrzej at telszewski.com>
> On 06/09/2023 12:37, Didier Spaier wrote:
> > Hi Andrzej (in BCC) and all.,
> > I suggest to replae this line:
> > iucode_tool -v --write-earlyfw=$PKG/boot/intel-ucode.cpio \
> > by
> > iucode_tool -v --write-earlyfw=$PKG/boot/intel-ucode.img \
> > so that grub users running update-grub have this early initrd
> > included in /grub.cfg, in a line like this one:
> > initrd /@/boot/intel-ucode.img /@/boot/initramfs-6.1.46.img
> > Cheers,
> > Didier
> Hi Didier,
> looking for _intel-ucode.img_ on my system, I don't find anything
> So, if it's not already _pre-configured_ in some of the _grub_ files,
> you could simple put
> _intel-ucode.cpio_ instead of _intel-ucode.img_.
> Or it wouldn't work, because grub does not like _*.cpio_?
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