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From: Neil Bothwick <neil@...>
Subject: Re: Re: After /usr conflation: why not copy booting software to /sbin rather than initramfs?
Date: Thu, 5 Apr 2012 00:35:30 +0100
On Wed, 4 Apr 2012 12:23:01 -0500, Canek Peláez Valdés wrote:

> It seems the problem it's in LVM, or (more appropriately) in the
> failure to create the /run tmpfs:
> 
> # mount | grep /run
> tmpfs on /run type tmpfs (rw,nosuid,nodev,relatime,mode=755)
> tmpfs on /var/run type tmpfs (rw,nosuid,nodev,relatime,mode=755)

/run is not the problem. The default setting is to write to /var/lock.
Changing that to /run/lock removes the problem.


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Re: After /usr conflation: why not copy booting software to /sbin rather than initramfs?
-- Alan Mackenzie
Re: Re: After /usr conflation: why not copy booting software to /sbin rather than initramfs?
-- Canek Peláez Valdés
Re: Re: After /usr conflation: why not copy booting software to /sbin rather than initramfs?
-- Dale
Re: Re: After /usr conflation: why not copy booting software to /sbin rather than initramfs?
-- Neil Bothwick
Re: Re: After /usr conflation: why not copy booting software to /sbin rather than initramfs?
-- Dale
Re: Re: After /usr conflation: why not copy booting software to /sbin rather than initramfs?
-- Canek Peláez Valdés
Re: Re: After /usr conflation: why not copy booting software to /sbin rather than initramfs?
-- Dale
Re: Re: After /usr conflation: why not copy booting software to /sbin rather than initramfs?
-- Canek Peláez Valdés
Re: Re: After /usr conflation: why not copy booting software to /sbin rather than initramfs?
-- Dale
Re: Re: After /usr conflation: why not copy booting software to /sbin rather than initramfs?
-- Dale
Re: Re: After /usr conflation: why not copy booting software to /sbin rather than initramfs?
-- Mike Edenfield
Re: Re: After /usr conflation: why not copy booting software to /sbin rather than initramfs?
-- Dale
Re: Re: After /usr conflation: why not copy booting software to /sbin rather than initramfs?
-- Canek Peláez Valdés
Re: Re: After /usr conflation: why not copy booting software to /sbin rather than initramfs?
-- Dale
Re: Re: After /usr conflation: why not copy booting software to /sbin rather than initramfs?
-- William Kenworthy
Re: Re: After /usr conflation: why not copy booting software to /sbin rather than initramfs?
-- Dale
Re: Re: After /usr conflation: why not copy booting software to /sbin rather than initramfs?
-- Dale
Re: Re: After /usr conflation: why not copy booting software to /sbin rather than initramfs?
-- Canek Peláez Valdés
Re: Re: After /usr conflation: why not copy booting software to /sbin rather than initramfs?
-- Dale
Re: Re: After /usr conflation: why not copy booting software to /sbin rather than initramfs?
-- Dale
Re: Re: After /usr conflation: why not copy booting software to /sbin rather than initramfs?
-- Neil Bothwick
Re: Re: After /usr conflation: why not copy booting software to /sbin rather than initramfs?
-- Dale
Re: Re: After /usr conflation: why not copy booting software to /sbin rather than initramfs?
-- Canek Peláez Valdés
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