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mounting the /home partition

Hi list,

About the live-initramfs starting scripts,
Studying the Linux normal boot process we can observe the root partition is 
mounted read-only by the initial script named "local", and the other 
partitions are listed in the /etc/fstab and mounted by the "init" script.

It's easy to do the same with a Live system, 
The live script should not mount a home partition, simply write a line 
in /etc/fstab requesting the "init" script to do that.
thus we gain automatic fsck of the home persistent partition like a normal 
Linux system.

Best regards,

Jordi Pujol
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