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Re: A FC6 suggestion.



On Fri, 2006-05-05 at 10:03, Aaron Konstam wrote:
> In the latest Linux Journal in the etc/rant column the author makes an
> interesting suggestion that I think the Fedora people should consider.
> He points out the problem of associating entries in the fstab file with
> a LABEL-/. If one runs more than one Linux version more than one
> partition  might have this label.

Or if you have more than one machine and ever move disks around...

> I would like to make the suggestion that the Default Label be more
> descriptive. The author suggests something like FC%32ROOT.

What does that mean and how does it make it unique?  If you are
going to change it, make it work for people who have dozens/hundreds
of machines with swappable drives.  As it is, you can't even
boot a machine that has duplicate labeled disks to get to a
point where you can fix it. 

-- 
  Les Mikesell
   lesmikesell gmail com



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