Escape the backslash itself -- \\n, rather than escaping the n.
Or just use modules-load.d.
No, I haven't. Perhaps someone else already has.
And after all that, you're still better off using Chromium from [extra].
Please don't do this. Just include both.
Fixxer wrote:Yes, it has been reported:https://bugs.archlinux.org/task/33887 .No, this is not a report which kernel devs will see.
Hrmmm, this really shouldn't be needed. does 'cciss' appear in the output of 'mkinitcpio -M'?