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Re: symlinks in /boot vs. symlinks in /



also sprach Petter Reinholdtsen <pere@hungry.com> [2004.06.18.2249 +0200]:
> I do not care much about its uglyness, but it can also be a problem
> when using grub and having /boot/ on a separate partition.

If /boot is on a separate partition, then the symlink has no purpose
anyway. If /boot is hosed, the symlink goes with it. If I boot
a resuce system, I have to mount /boot before the symlink becomes
usable. Not a very nice situation...

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