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Bug#750360: systemd-sysv: breaks NFS root systems

Am 03.06.2014 08:47, schrieb Dominik George:
> Control: reassign -1 initramfs-tools 0.115
> Control: retitle -1 initramfs-tools: nfs mount script check for /sbin/init incomplete
> https://www.debian.org/doc/debian-policy/ch-files.html#fr91
> Ok, the explanation here changes things a bit. I do not think that /sbin
> will be a symlink on any system so this footnote would ever become
> relevant, but I wouldn't have expected /sbin/init to be a symlink either
> ;).
> So reassigning to initramfs-tools to get the check fixed.

initramfs-tools could just use a check like

chroot /root test -x /sbin/init

Then it doesn't matter whether it's a relative or absolute symlink.

As for /sbin never being a symlink: See the usr-move  done by Fedora [1]
where they moved all binares to /usr and made /sbin and /bin a symlink
to their counterparts in /usr


[1] https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/UsrMove
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