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Re: Stuff from /bin, /sbin, /lib depending on /usr/lib libraries

On Thu, 2012-08-30 at 11:44 +0800, Thomas Goirand wrote:
> On 08/30/2012 07:15 AM, Marco d'Itri wrote:
> > nowadays it is clear that
> > the upstream maintainers of various stuff do not support a standalone 
> > /usr mounted by the init scripts: if /usr is a standalone file system 
> > then it must be mounted in the initramfs.
> >   
> Instead of advertizing about (hostile) upstream's (bad) design and
> decisions, you might as well, as the maintainer of udev, find ways
> around this non-sense and uncruft all this.

And I suppose Marco must remove all /usr dependencies from everything
that installs a udev hook too?

> This would be a lot more
> productive than acting as a lemming following every stupid decision
> of RedHat, and in the process give us choices in how we setup things
> (like using RAID and LVM to store /usr while still being to use an
> early boot (recovery) system in / without it).

The initramfs is your early boot system.


Ben Hutchings
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