On Mon, 2004-02-02 at 21:54, Brad House wrote:
> > 2) So now we have '/newroot', '/mnt/cdrom' and possibly '/mnt/livecd'
> > for older livecd scripts, or '/var/lib/livecd' for future. Basically,
> > can we really get this sorted out _now_ ? I am _not_ going to add
> > 20 tests.
> /mnt/cdrom and /mnt/livecd will both be mounted at the SAME time.
> One for the cdrom itself, the other for the loopback. Don't worry about
> /var/lib/livecd for now.
And /newroot? Lets clarify:
1) /mnt/livecd will be your zisofs image/whater
2) /mnt/cdrom will be the cdrom itself ?
So basically, the looback stuff just need to worry about /mnt/livecd,
and both for the non-critical unmount stuff?
Also, is /newroot now totally not used anymore? And why does /mnt/cdrom
need to be mounted - i thought / was in there? I guess a quick
explanation on all the types used (zisofs, etc) and what they mount for
what will be great ...
> > 3) I still think shutting lvm down is the safer way for uses that uses
> > lvm at install. Anybody else want to comment on this? (Note I am not
> > saying to start it ...).
> Well, as long as it's silent on shutdown if it doesn't find something
> to unmount/bind, I'm fine with that, otherwise we'll get a flurry of
> bug reports.
Hmm, not sure - that is why I asked for comments from others. I guess
the truth will still hold - the conf files tested for should not be
there if the user did not setup it ...
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