#28 detailed examination of the elements in the fedora boot process
Closed 2 days ago by asamalik. Opened a month ago by agarwalvarshit.

In some ways, the boot process is surprisingly simple. The kernel starts up single-threaded and synchronous on a single core and seems almost comprehensible to the pitiful human mind. But how does the kernel itself get started? What functions do initrd [initial ramdisk] and bootloaders perform?


From the editorial meeting: We like the idea! Could you please give us an outline what the article would cover? We'd also let the kernel folks have a look at that. Thanks!

define how the system boots up starting from the post through initramfs ( why, when, how it works ), , at what time selinux comes into the picture, how the kernel is pivoted on the actual filesystem.
1) The beginning of boot
2)Provisioning a booting kernel
3)From start_kernel function to PID 1

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Card created: https://teams.fedoraproject.org/project/asamalik-fedora-magazine/us/111
@agarwalvarshit Can you please log in to the Taiga board (using your FAS, by clicking on "openid connect" in the log in for) so I can add you to the board as a writer?

Done Sir but i need guidance actually i am noobs in writing and good in tech part so could you do that?

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