> 1) more reliable mount/umount
> several people have pointed out instances where mock exits leaving
> mounts behind (specifically /dev), and the next invokation of mock
> ends up 'rm -rf' the host machine's /dev. Bad....
And /dev/pts and /proc.
Yes... this is one should be pushed way up in priority if
possible... building any apps around mock will lead to many a
developer wondering what just happened to their '/dev'... as is the
case right now for me.... atleast 10 times in the last few hours.