Bug#281677: initrd-tools: Busybox mount does not support -n (used in LVM/MD scripts)
When I boot into the busybox shell I get errors from every line
containing 'mount -n ...'. I get the same error trying that from the
command line. Yet, mount (without the -n) works fine.
I do have the latest busybox installed and I did rebuild the initrd.
On Mon, Nov 22, 2004 at 11:11:57AM +0900, Horms wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 17, 2004 at 02:15:29AM -0500, Max Cohan wrote:
> > Package: initrd-tools
> > Version: 0.1.74
> > Severity: important
> > When building an initrd with busybox several mounts do not
> > get properly unmounted in the 'lvm' and 'mdadm' handling scripts.
> > The parameter either needs to be removed, or placed into a variable so
> > that it can be dependent on busybox being installed or not.
> Are you sure that busybox's mount doesn't supoort -n?
> 1:0.60.5-2.2 seems to have this option, I don't see
> an entry for it in the changelog so I am not sure
> if it was added recently.