> karl@??? said on Sat, 13 Nov 2021 12:42:51 +0100 (CET)
> >Steve Litt:
> >> Which brings up another beef I have: Why don't they build Ext4 and
> >> maybe a couple other mainstream filesystems into the kernel, so if I
> >> want, I can boot without initramfs? What would it cost?
> >I use it all the time.
> >Just do it yourself, it just cost you a little time, or do you
> >volunteer to maintain a such kernel for devuan ?
> I think it's more than just a little time.
Depends on what you want.
> Every time the kernel updates,
No, you don't have to follow the dists update schedule, you don't
need to use the dist kernel at all.
It should read, every time _you_ want to update the kernel.
> you need to get the new kernel's source, recompile, and
> replace the new kernel.
Well, get used to it and streamline it then.