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From: Luis Diaz <diazluis@...>
Subject: Re: udev, fstab, and fsck at boot.
Date: Fri, 19 Nov 2004 14:38:23 -0300
hi, im new in the list, im luis from argentina, 
i send this mail again because the first was to tony, there is
somthing wrong with the reply here :S


not providing an fstab at all would make some ppl crazy trying to
rememmber the syntaxis of the file, also an script to make one wont be
bad idea, after all there is a genkernel, why not a genfstab 


On Fri, 19 Nov 2004 09:53:57 +0000, Boyd Stephen Smith Jr.
<bss03@...> wrote:
> On Friday 19 November 2004 07:58 am, Tim Weber <Tim Weber
> 
> 
> <gentoo.list@...>> wrote:
> > On Friday 19 November 2004 05:33, Drake Wyrm wrote:
> > > At 2004-11-18T09:03:58-0500, Chris Gianelloni <wolf31o2@g.o>
> > > wrote: <snip>
> > >
> > > > A better solution is (as always, in my opinion with
> > > > system-affecting files such as this) to instead provide a
> > > > fstab.example, or not to provide an fstab via portage, at all.
> > >
> > > I rather have to disagree. *.example files and other
> > > documentation-related goodies in my /etc directory annoy me, but a
> > > well-commented config file with some reasonable defaults is a dream
> > > to work with.
> >
> > I agree absolutely.  I was a bit disappointed when it happened to
> > make.conf; because I really liked, for example, the list of allowed
> > -march settings. And I think that you will scare users (especially the
> > genkernel type) if you let them write their fstab completely by hand.
> >
> > Of course, they wouldn't really need to write it by themselves, because
> > they'd have some .example files.  But I strongly dislike the idea of
> > putting them inside /etc.
> 
> Agreed.  While I would rather have an example file instead of potentially
> overwriting my customized config files, I don't want the clogging up my
> directory listings.
> 
> Example files should go elsewhere, files that must be customized (like
> fstab) should not be in portage, and the others -- well, I can live with
> etc-update asking me everytime.
> 
> --
> Boyd Stephen Smith Jr. <bss03@...>
> ICQ: 514984  YM: DaTwinkDaddy  AIM: DaTwinkDaddy
> http://csce.uark.edu/~bss03
> 
> 
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> 


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-- Drake Wyrm
Re: udev, fstab, and fsck at boot.
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