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Re: Allow system configuration without a bootloader

From: kanichos
Subject: Re: Allow system configuration without a bootloader
Date: Fri, 03 Jan 2020 02:01:04 +0300

Yes, I just checked and it actually does work. I must have misremembered 

I also should have looked into how the bootloaders are defined. Since it is 
just a public record type, I guess there is no problem whatsoever in reality.


03.01.2020, 01:28, "Ludovic Courtès" <address@hidden>:
> Hi,
> "address@hidden" <address@hidden> skribis:
>>  Yes, AFAIR it only works with ‘init’ and has no effect at all with 
>> ‘reconfigure’.
> ‘--no-bootloader’ should definitely work for ‘reconfigure’; could you
> double-check and report a bug if it doesn’t work?
> Now, if that’s useful, we could easily define a “noop” bootloader in
> (gnu bootloader noop), along these lines:
>   (define noop-bootloader
>     (bootloader
>      (name 'noop)
>      (package #f)
>      (installer #~(cons #t))
>      (configuration-file #f)
>      (configuration-file-generator #f)))
> Thanks,
> Ludo’.

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