On Tue, Nov 09, 2004 at 11:14:11AM -0800, Rick Moen mentioned:
> Me, I eviscerate the "LABEL" thing wherever I find it. Indirect
> reference seemed like a good idea when it was tried, but creates too
> much chaos over time to be worth it, e.g., when you try to bring over
> and repurpose a disk that used to be /usr on a different system, and
> acquired the corresponding label, there.
I move disks around frequently, including CF etc. I would say that
labeling the disk "/usr" is likely a bit dumb. A label of "laptop-/usr" is
more sensible. It also means that when you move that disk out of your
laptop into something else, you can ignore the label if you wish, or make
use of it.
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