Bug#653673: the live-config init.d script should depend on mountkernfs
Daniel Baumann wrote (30 Dec 2011 22:57:22 GMT) :
> the only problem here remains that mountkernfs in sid does an
> automatic tmpfs on /tmp (unless /tmp is configured in fstab).
> since /tmp on a tmpfs for a live system has no merits in the first
> place, it's save to disable that. and that can be done with
> RAMTMP=no in /etc/default/rcS at build-time.
> that seems to be the most non-invasive solution to me.
Agreed; seems well for this specific bug report. However, considering
"/etc/init.d/live-config always has absolutely to be the first script
that gets executed, we do depend on that", how about adding a reverse
dependency to the live-config initscript, such as:
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