I am confused by this concept of "can't call mount for initrd"
because "then init wouldn't be process 1". I mean, can't you
just create the init process first (as in: you don't have to
exec init right away)?
Even simpler would be: on the initrd make /bin/init be a shell
script. Conceptually, it a installs some modules, remounts
root, then exec's /bin/init.
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