pietro.cerutti at gmail.com
Tue Dec 13 08:05:02 PST 2005
On 12/13/05, Robert Huff <roberthuff at rcn.com> wrote:
> Pietro Cerutti writes:
> > > There's no need for a boot partition; that's a Linux practice.
> > You're right, but I don't feel it as a bad practice... mounting it
> > read-only could prevent from many problems, don't you think?
> Could, yes. In practice ... never had it happen to me. I've
> screwed up the boot code, but not in ways haveing a seperate
> partition would have stopped. Can't remember anyone else finding it
> useful either.
> I'm also curious as to whether having the boot code on a
> non-root filesystem even works.
I too, but I won't be the one who will try it!
> Robert Huff
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