Kent Fredric posted on Thu, 15 Mar 2012 09:10:53 +1300 as excerpted:
> On 15 March 2012 07:48, Duncan <1i5t5.duncan@...> wrote:
>> It does, especially when it's literally the case, including a /usr/etc
>> bind-mounted on a tmpfs-based rootfs, that by login time, all that's
>> visible of rootfs is mountpoints, nothing else, and /usr literally IS
>> the "unified system resource" filesystem.
> Considering this pretty much eliminates using / for anything useful,
> we might as well rename "/usr" "/c"
> Even if it /is/ just to confuse the windows crowd =)
LOL! I've been off of MS over a decade now, and simply don't think of
them that much any more. I had no clue what you were referencing...
until I read that last line. You rather confused me! =:^)
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