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Tue Nov 15 21:40:59 UTC 2005
Chris Adams (cmadams at hiwaay.net) said:
> Once upon a time, Avi Kivity <avi at argo.co.il> said:
> > It would be excellent if the glue code could be done in python:
> Requiring /usr be available before starting anything is not going to
> > [there might be opposition to linking init with /usr/, but I consider it
> > outdated. we have initrd to mount our filesystems today]
> I don't really want to have to rebuild initrd anytime I change network
> settings and such (think network shared /usr).
OK, this is something I've been meaning to ask about - who
still uses network /usr, and why do you use that instead of
network / ?
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