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Re: chroot in /usr and initrd booting

Joey Hess <joeyh@debian.org> wrote:

>> I'm tempted to raise the severity on that bug (it's normal for now), but
>> I'm a bit reluctant to do that to a base package in deep freeze.  Though
>> it would be nice to be able to boot woody just with the tools in /bin
>> and /sbin.  Any thoughts on what to do?

> Does this affect regular woody installs where the user just asks for
> /usr to be on a seperate partition? Or does it only break on some subset

The default setup does not use pivot_root.
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