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app systemd-boot-friend-rs

Kernel version manager for systemd-boot

31 releases (16 breaking)

0.26.1 Sep 22, 2023
0.26.0 May 9, 2023
0.25.2 Mar 26, 2023
0.24.1 Sep 1, 2022
0.9.4 Sep 15, 2021

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MIT license

66KB
1.5K SLoC

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Your systemd-boot's best friend ever (hopefully)

A kernel version manager for systemd-boot

Usage

First initialize friend and systemd-boot, this will also install the newest kernel to the specific path for systemd-boot.

sbf init

You can also manually select the kernel(s) you would like to register as boot entry(s).

sbf install-kernel

Subcommands are also supported, you may look up for them by executing the following command.

sbf --help

For further information, visit https://wiki.aosc.io/software/systemd-boot-friend/

Installation

cargo build --release
install -Dm755 target/release/systemd-boot-friend /usr/local/bin/systemd-boot-friend
PREFIX=/usr/local ./install-assets.sh

Or from crates.io

cargo install systemd-boot-friend-rs

Dependencies

Building:

  • Rust w/ Cargo
  • C compiler
  • make (when GCC LTO is used, not needed for Clang)

Runtime:

  • Systemd

Dependencies

~9–21MB
~252K SLoC