/usr (was: Re: Survey answers part 3: systemd is not portable and what this) means for our ports
On Sun, Jul 14, 2013 at 08:19:58PM +0100, Kevin Chadwick wrote:
> > since some people might not read planet debian, here is a link to my
> > third blog post in a series of posts dealing with the results of the
> > Debian systemd survey:
> Well I am behind on my mailing list reading just at the time when it
> matters for my concerns for debian. I disagree with many of the points
> roger has/atleast had settled on for merging /usr and especially
> discounting arguments but haven't had time to collate them and formulate
> a comprehensive response as I had planned
Assuming you're referring to myself, I'd certainly be happy to discuss
any of this--feel free to mail me privately if you like.
I don't think that we agreed on merging /usr at all. I have written
some patches for initramfs-tools to permit fsck and mount of /usr
in the initramfs in addition to the rootfs, but that's as far as this
has gone. There's no merging here, just changing where /usr is
mounted in the boot process.
I'll be happy to consider anything you want to raise in more detail;
nothing as yet has been changed, and there's certainly plenty of time
to revise things.
.''`. Roger Leigh
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