On Mon, May 31, 2004 at 03:45:09PM +0100, Chris Higgins wrote:
> /usr is a separate file system for a reason. That reason may not
> matter when you run Linux as a home OS for your own needs, but
> it damn well does matter when I run it as a server os... You
> can re-mount it all you want, but I'd like to see you try that
> when it's a readonly CD....
You'll find /usr is a seperate filesystem on every machine I admin, for
perfectly good reasons. But it'd not mounted read-only, and it sure as
hell isn't mounted via NFS. I'm just questioning the usefulness of
a read-only /usr mount, I don't think it's that useful at all.
Colm MacCárthaigh Public Key: colm+pgp at stdlib.net
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