Device initialization before Android start-up

The boot-up process will start with an embedded Linux environment as the first stage. Most devices will be initialized during this stage. The good thing is that Android-x86 can enter a shell environment with a debug console using a defined environment variable. In this console, we can check the system status to find out whether we have the right configuration that we want to create. The default init script comes with two debug checkpoints. The first checkpoint is after the root device is mounted. The second checkpoint is entered after all the drivers are loaded. Of course, you can set up as many checkpoints as you want by changing the init script.

The following is the part of the init script that ...

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