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Re: udev device naming policy concerns

> > > That particular "major technical objection" is solved by using LABEL=
> > > and UUID= in /etc/fstab.
> > 
> > Won't work for cdroms, partition formats without UUID,
> > filesystems without label .... but lets ignore those for a moment.
> > 
> > If you use this argument you should be in support of using LABEL= or
> > UUID= when creating the fstab in the Debian-Installer, right?
> Note that Red Hat have been using LABEL= in their fstab since RH9 if you
> create and mount partitions in the installer (the label used is the
> mount point).

I'm not quite confident on what happens when there are multiple disks 
with the same LABEL, so I'd really prefer UUIDs over using LABEL.


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