Author: Ken Dibble Date: To: dng Subject: Re: [DNG] running with separate / and /usr
On 1/11/23 10:43, Rainer Weikusat via Dng wrote: > karl@??? writes:
>> Rainer Weikusat:
>>> I'm willing to put work into this although this would only proceed
>>> slowly as this would amount to just a few hours each Sunday.
>> If you want to spend time on this we could assemle a small group
>> handling this in devuan.
>> The easiest solution to this is using a kernel with needed drivers
>> compiled in. My suggestion is to add:
>> and using busybox init and mount.
> I'm running a kernel with all critical drivers compiled in. It also
> doesn't have SELinux support because that's not good for anything I
> would want to do with this system. Yet, the system cannot boot without a
> working libselinux because someone saw it fit to turn that into a
> mandatory part of the system. In my opinion, a system where libselinux
> cannot ever be used for anything shouldn't fail to boot because it can't
> be loaded. My workaround is good enough for me. I'd be willing to put
> work into a more general solutions if this was of interest to other
> people than me.
> For religious reasons, I refuse to use busybox for anything. I spent
> some years working with and fixing this code for an embedded system at
> the time when these were still fairly small. The corresponding product
> (not project) is long dead, hence, I'm rid of the associated
> problems. Unless I'm forced to, I'll never again touch this code(base).
1) I stipulate that I am probably the least experienced and least
knowledgeable on this list.
2) I am hoping that I can be educated.
3) I hope that someone will make the probable futile attempt at