On Fri, 28.10.11 14:26, Zing (zing(a)fastmail.fm) wrote:
On Fri, 28 Oct 2011 11:47:04 +0200, Harald Hoyer wrote:
> Read the rpm snippet on the feature page, please.
I just briefly browsed the feature page and the requirement on initramfs
piqued me. Maybe I'm wrong, but usrmove would then make fedora systems
from now on specifically require the use of an initramfs? Not too happy
with the loss of flexibility here if that's true.
We do not support initrd-less boots at all right now on Fedora. It
breaks SELinux and Plymouth and a couple of other things. [ I am
actually quite interested to make things work without initrd again, and
in F16 the SELinux situation at least has been fixed, with only Plymouth
leaving, but this has never been an official release goal, just
something I worked on with system. ]
So, given that we currently don't support initrd-less boots at all I
think the /usr move changes nothing in this regard for now.
On top of that note that /usr split off and not mounted in initrd has
been broken since ages, so there isn't any news in it anyway.
Lennart Poettering - Red Hat, Inc.