Re: ifupdown writes to /etc... a bug?
Steve Langasek wrote:
>and it raises the question of why implementing elaborate, non-portable
>bind mount tricks is preferable over getting the FHS amended.
I still haven't seen a convincing reason why /run is a preferable
default to /var/run in the majority of cases. People with network
mounted /vars are quite possibly going to have to be doing magic stuff
with ramdisks anyway, especially if they're not using Linux >=2.4.
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