Re: from / to /usr/: a summary
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On Sat, Dec 24, 2011 at 11:48:42AM +0000, Philip Hands wrote:
> That might allow us to come up with solutions that are not just:
> Everyone must have initramfs, like it or not.
Would we really need that? If I understand correctly, the / to /usr will
merely mean that
People who want to have /usr on separate partition will need initramfs.
There might be other reasons why initramfs will get mandatory in near future