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Bug#506591: marked as done (A central place for stacked filesystems)

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and subject line Re: A central place for stacked filesystems
has caused the Debian Bug report #506591,
regarding A central place for stacked filesystems
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Package: live-initramfs
Version: 1.139.1-4
Severity: wishlist

On Thu, 20 Nov 2008 18:07:48 +0000, T o n g wrote:

It seems that I can't access the stacked filesystems individually. I.e., 
the mount point of each individual stacked filesystems is not accessible 
for me.

I hope, as we might have several stackable fs in /live, that the mount 
point for them is not from root, but some central location, say under 
/live/module, for example?

On Thu, 20 Nov 2008 21:50:19 +0100, Daniel Baumann wrote:

> /live/module (or /live/modules ?) sounds sane to me, go on.

Both are fine, but let's use /live/module, as per the Perl Best Practices
suggests, because normally it is going to be addressed individually, e.g.,


which sounds better than 



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Locale: LANG=C, LC_CTYPE=C (charmap=ANSI_X3.4-1968)
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As Marco already said, all the modules (as in squashfs partial
filesystem) are mounted under /live anyway. so closing this bug.

Address:        Daniel Baumann, Burgunderstrasse 3, CH-4562 Biberist
Email:          daniel.baumann@panthera-systems.net
Internet:       http://people.panthera-systems.net/~daniel-baumann/

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