alexander.kapshuk at gmail.com
Tue Jun 26 12:44:05 PDT 2012
On 06/26/2012 10:18 PM, Bruce Dubbs wrote:
> The /boot partition is rarely written. The purpose of a journaled file
> system is to recover written data in a cache that is in the journal an
> not properly committed to the disk in the case of a power/system
> failure. Making /boot ext3 is OK, but it really doesn't add anything
> significant to the system.
> As Ken said, the UUIDs are meaningless until udev is started. Since
> that's pretty early in the boot process, this should work fine. Note
> that you cannot use UUIDs in the GRUB linux line unless you use an
> initrd. My partition allocation is almost the same as yours. Unlike
> others, I do like to put some things on /opt (Xorg, KDE, Qt, JDK,
> others). -- Bruce
Got it. Thanks. I've modified my /etc/fstab file as suggested by Ken.
Compiling the kernel now.
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