NO, NO, NO, NO, NO.
The kernel, when asked to report on the disks physically attached to the
machine, should report the location and *volume* name.
It should never just mount things when there is a conflict. Make the user
resolve the conflict immediately by being more specific.
Partition names are sacrosanct. They should always work within the relative
If I have a disk with /, /usr and /var, I want mentions of ../var to work
correctly in scripts in usr, assuming I have usr and var mounted into /.
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