Re: support for merged /usr in Debian
Martinx - ジェームズ <email@example.com> writes:
> Just tell the users that "/usr" isn't supported on a separated
> partition anymore (tell users what will happen if they do this /
> limitations), and do not touch anything else. During install, while
> partitioning storage, print a message about this, if user tries to
> separate "/usr".
As a strawman, I don't understand your doubts here. Just curious: if
/usr/ has to be on the same partition as /bin/ and /lib/, what is the
difference between /bin/ and /usr/bin/ resp. /lib/ and /usr/lib/? Why
should one *not* unite what has the same purpose?