Bug#653673: the live-config init.d script should depend on mountkernfs
> which is ensured since / is writable (through aufs).\
--exposed-root is supposed to mount / as read-only. It doesn't really work for
me, so I might be wrong, but in that case /tmp would not be writable (unless
something in the initrd mounts /tmp as tmpfs)
> the only problem here remains that mountkernfs in sid does an automatic
> tmpfs on /tmp (unless /tmp is configured in fstab).
RAMTMP is on by default in wheezy too.
Also another case where RAMTMP seems reasonable for a live system
is if persistence is used. (another feature i haven't played around with
yet, so I might be wrong)
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