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Re: ifupdown writes to /etc... a bug?

* Joey Hess <joeyh@debian.org> [030312 17:55]:
> How about: /boot/state or such? /boot/run if you want it to be analagous
> with /var. The idea being that /boot tends to be small, and local, and
> that there is a mnemonic that this is stuff that gets written early during
> boot. The downside perhaps being that some admins choose to mount /boot
> ro most of the time. Just an idea.

What has mtab to do with boot? Other than beeing needed to accessed early 
in the boot-sequence? <sarcasm> Why not moving /lib to /boot/lib and
/bin to /boot/bin? Would reduce root-dir noise quite much. </sarcasm>

  Bernhard R. Link

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