Den 2017-04-18 kl. 10:59, skrev François Patte:
I have a separate /var partition. In logs I get this message:
var.mount: Directory /var to mount over is not empty, mounting anyway.:
I mounted my / partition on /mnt and could see that some directories
lib/hp where present in /var, hp being empty...
I deleted those directories but at next boot, these directories
reappear. So something creates those directories before /var is mounted
at boot time.
What is it? And how to change this?
dnf whatprovides /var/lib/hp
hplip-3.16.11-5.fc24.x86_64 : HP Linux Imaging and Printing Project
Is providing this directory and if I do
ls -lZ /var/lib |grep " hp"
drwxr-xr-x. 2 root root
system_u:object_r:cupsd_var_lib_t:s0 4096 13 jan 09.00 hp
so I guess that CUPD is using this directory.
What I would do is to remove "lib/hp" and mount "/var". If
is not there you probably need to create it with right permission.
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