well, two problems, and i dunno if it's my fault or a bug. a) i have linked /proc/mounts with /etc/mtab. everything goes fine 'till some day ago, when after update, /etc/init.d/checkroot.sh complain about file system already mounted. i mean: init 1 mount / -o ro,remount e2fsck.ext2 / it asks to confirm to goes on checking an already mounted filesystem. (I know, this is not a good bug report, but you can easily repeat it just linking /proc/mount with /etc/mtab.) Well, the real problem is it happens on every boot, when /etc/init.d/checkroot.sh does e2fsck on / It's common to find this link, bacause Linus suggests to do it. So, do you think would be good to put a check? b) i wrote about this some day ago, but no aswer, so i dunno if i wrote a stupid thing, or if it was ignored for other reasons. anyway, linking /bin/sh with /bin/ash stop the boot to work. this is another common situation, specially on machine with not too much memory. again, do you think it would be good to put here a check? ciao, andrea n.b.: thanks for your work and your time.
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