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Re: Red Hat is moving from / to /usr/

On Dec 08, Guillem Jover <guillem@debian.org> wrote:

> > I am not really looking forward to keep reverting these changes in my
> > package, and since Red Hat controls most Linux infrastructure now other
> > packages will face the same problem.
> I might be missing something but given the link your posted, and looking
> at the actual changes in the commit, I only see a change of default
> *with* support for the previous behaviour through configure options,
> so it would seem you only need to adapt your debian/rules.
This is correct, but it is also another step towards requiring /usr to
be available at the beginning of the boot process.
Some (minor) parts of udev already have not worked for quite some time
if /usr is not mounted.


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