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Re: A FC6 suggestion.



On 5/5/06, Mauriat Miranda <mirandam gmail com> wrote:
On 5/5/06, Aaron Konstam <akonstam sbcglobal net> 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.
>
> I would like to make the suggestion that the Default Label be more
> descriptive. The author suggests something like FC%32ROOT.

I question if this necessary. You can have entries in fstab with or
without labels. I've had 3 single Fedora installations on single drive
across multiple partitions and never have run into a problem in the
installer or usage nor have I had to manually edit fstab for this. I
think in Anaconda the labels will start shifting to /1, /2, /home1
etc. Since at runtime you don't deal with partition labels, just their
mount points, it really is not a serious concern.

Just my opinion.

-Mauriat


Your horizon is too narrow, i.e. Fedora centric. Try installing other
distros on your system to appreciate the problem.


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