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      Use mapdevfs to find the device of the root filesystem. · 87176b05
      Philipp Kern authored
      This no longer forces the device path for the root system to be a DASD.
      Instead it infers the root device like on any other platform. (The
      code is mostly the one lilo-installer uses.)
      
      This requires sysconfig-hardware (>= 0.0.10+nmu3, or feature-equivalent)
      in the target system to set the relevant DASDs online by using
      configuration stored in the initrd. It is copied into the final system
      by s390-sysconfig-writer.
      87176b05
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