So, how come nobody has simply done a port of Debian's initramfs-tools to Fedora and SuSE so we
can be done with this whole mess of bad initramfs implementations? I've not played with any of
them extensively, but from what I've read it sounds like everyone else's initramfs implementations
are pretty terrible, and Debian's is flexible enough to be used by any distro already.
If that's all true, it ought not be much work to port it and demonstrate its superiority and people
can stop wasting time on this stuff, no?