Michał Górny schrieb:
> On Wed, 04 Jan 2012 01:47:38 +0100
> Thomas Sachau <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> 2. switching from udev to mdev (avoids required /usr of udev)
>> 3. some wrapper script to mount /usr before udev starts
> These two should be really discouraged as a cheap, temporary solution.
> We should not support hate-admining. I personally think that busybox is
> ready to go into /usr even earlier than udev.
Please give us a bit more than just your opinion.
Why do you see mdev as a temporary solution?
And this part was not about the movement to /usr at all, so why do you
suggest another movement here? And while you answer that, please also
tell us, why you want to migrate packages to a different install
location without a need.
>> For the idea of complete migration to /usr, i see no reason to go this
>> route in advance. Just keep with our default install locations and
>> follow upstream, if and where needed.
> What about upstreams who do not care? In other words, all those
> packages which we hack to install into rootfs?
They install and work fine, so just keep it this way. I did not see any
argument to move packages around, that work well and have no issue with
their current install location.
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