Re: possible mass-filing of bugs: many shared library packages contain binaries in usr/bin
> OK, how about this one then: How can init start initscripts if
> /etc/inittab is not on /? Not to mention the fact that your hardcoded
> initscript usually resides in /etc too.
> Pretty hard that way, huh?
Only if your init needs an /etc/inittab.
> There's way too many data that needs to be read off of /etc to be able to
> put it on a different filesystem.
/dev/rd/0 27M 22M 5.7M 79% /
/dev/hda2 14M 452k 13M 4% /etc
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