Re: Unmounting and ejecting the root fs on shutdown.
Miquel van Smoorenburg (email@example.com)
Wed, 28 Feb 2001 16:37:13 +0000 (UTC)
In article <E44E649C7AA1D311B16D0008C73304460933B1@caspian.prebus.uppsala.se>,
Per Erik Stendahl <PerErik@onedial.se> wrote:
>Mounting a ramdisk for / is doable (I think) but kludgy since you have
>to symlink or mount so many subdirectories. Right now I only have /var
>in a ramdisk (and why _WHY_ is /etc/mtab located in /etc and not
If /var is on a seperate partition, how are you going to access it
if /var hasn't been mounted yet ?
I live the way I type; fast, with a lot of mistakes.
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