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Re: Getting rid of /boot



Marko Vojinovic <vvmarko gmail com> writes:
> And I was just about to ask what exactly is broken downstream... :-) I've been 
> driving several Fedora versions on several machines for several years now with 
> a custom-partitioned disks (simple setups, typically just swap, / and /home, 
> no LVM or anything such), and nothing "downstream" seemed broken, ever.
>
> AFAICS, it is completely safe to not use LVM if you know you won't be resizing 
> partitions afterwards. And life is simpler if the hard drive starts dying or 
> something... ;-)

Did you get selinux working or did you just turn it off in frustration
becauce putting thing in non-default places broke the stock selinux
policies?

-wolfgang
-- 
Wolfgang S. Rupprecht
If the airwaves belong to the public why does the public only get 3
non-overlapping WIFI channels?


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