cmdline: add root option for --pmem

Similar to the root option for virtio-block devices, make it possible
to automatically add a kernel root=/dev/pmem<N> command line parameter
for a pmem device.

BUG=b:340780535
TEST=crosvm run --pmem vm_rootfs.img,root=yes bzImage

Change-Id: I938ca1dcedda1392474a91924c02c4b02f114fe9
Reviewed-on: https://chromium-review.googlesource.com/c/crosvm/crosvm/+/5545760
Reviewed-by: Richard Zhang <rizhang@google.com>
Commit-Queue: Daniel Verkamp <dverkamp@chromium.org>
3 files changed
tree: 5c50b1415b3364c10023608f2cf91fef1d3bbfcb
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crosvm - The ChromeOS Virtual Machine Monitor

crosvm is a virtual machine monitor (VMM) based on Linux’s KVM hypervisor, with a focus on simplicity, security, and speed. crosvm is intended to run Linux guests, originally as a security boundary for running native applications on the ChromeOS platform. Compared to QEMU, crosvm doesn’t emulate architectures or real hardware, instead concentrating on paravirtualized devices, such as the virtio standard.

crosvm is currently used to run Linux/Android guests on ChromeOS devices.

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