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Re: Bug#97766: lidsadm: autogenerated lids.conf should not be declared conffile

On Sat, May 19, 2001 at 11:34:29AM -0500, Steve Greenland wrote:
>On 17-May-01, 14:26 (CDT), David Spreen <david@spreen.de> wrote: 
>> Don't think so, it is not auto-generated, but generated with help of 
>> lidsadm. It is system dependent and may not be overwriten during
>> upgrades. Additionaly tpo that, their is no possibility to 
>> relocate the lids.conf without changing the kernelpatchfile,

>>From the FHS:
>       3.2  /boot : Static files of the boot loader
>       This directory contains everything required for the boot process except
>       configuration files and the map installer.  Thus /boot stores data that
>       is used before the kernel begins executing user-mode programs.  [...]

>Sounds like exactly the correct location to me.

Note that /boot may be a seperate filesystem which may not be mounted at
the time the kernel attempts to load this configuration file.

Brendan O'Dea                                        bod@compusol.com.au
Compusol Pty. Limited                  (NSW, Australia)  +61 2 9810 3633

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