Re: [debian-user] install with 3 partitions
On Fri, Nov 02, 2001 at 01:13:24PM -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
| I guess my question degenerates to,
| "Is there an 'out of box' way to install debian potato where you isolate
| /, /boot, /etc, /bin, /sbin, /lib, /dev
| on a partition without partitioning up every thing else?
Yes, but you have to use symlinks as someone else suggested.
| Possibly putting /tmp in its own partition as well, but then you might as
Sure, but if you use kernel 2.4 and have memory available you could
use a ramdisk for /tmp. Then you wouldn't need any disk partition at
| well isolation /proc for the same reasons too, no?
No, /proc doesn't exist. It is a figment of your imagination :-).
More precisely, /proc is a virtual filesystem. When you try and
access it the kernel generates the data, on-demand.