||On 2013-08-30 3:16 AM, Dale <rdalek1967@×××××.com> wrote:
||> Example, don't want a init thingy, put / on a regular partition and
||> normal file system, just make sure you won't fill it up for a very
||> long time. Of course /boot has to be on a regular file system too.
||Well, apparently this now includes /usr, as from what I gleaned from the
||earlier thread, there is no guarantee even eudev will continue to
||support separate /usr partition in future (since gentoo council has
||formally voted to NOT support it without an initramfs)...