Thomas Lange lange at
Wed Jan 14 19:11:41 CET 2009

>>>>> On Wed, 14 Jan 2009 18:48:02 +0100, Henning Fehrmann <henning.fehrmann at> said:

    > like  v3, tcp, rsize=.. or wsize=.. prevents the mount.
These options are not needed any more.

    > More crucial, we need to mount the nfsroot via eth1.
I think it's possible to give a parameter to the live scripts inside
initrd to specify the network device. Let me see:

# man 7 live-initramfs (inside the nfsroot)

           Let you specify the name(s) and the options of the interface(s)
           that should be configured at boot time. Do not specify this if you
           want to use dhcp (default). It will be changed in a future release
           to mimick official kernel boot param specification (e.g.

This was a thread on the debian-live mailing list before it was implemented. See for e.g.

regards Thomas

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