On Mon, 2007-03-05 at 08:34 -0500, Brian Wheeler wrote: > The idea (elsewhere in this thread) of having a recovery root (which > would probably be a busybox based system) on /boot is a good one, but it > shouldn't have a password either, just a really "stern" warning not to > do something stupid like, say, remove shared libraries. My idea was to just take the rescue CD, and install it unmodified in to /boot. Haven't got around to doing a proof of concept, its low on my currently somewhat long todo list.. Anaconda may need a patch to make it look for stage2 on /boot for this to work cleanly. How hard is it to just build the rescue CD image by itself so it can be packaged?
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