On Tue, 29 Sep 2020, 16:25:13 +0200, Thorsten Kukuk wrote:
On Tue, Sep 29, Richard Brown wrote:
There are some configuration files not owned by
any package, such as
In such an example, it might be advantageous to have YaST produce an
/usr/etc/fstab at installation time, to provide the 'default filesystem
layout', but then have modifications present in /etc.
I would propose to drop /etc/fstab and only use systemd.mounts.
Don't know why upstream systemd thinks mount units should not be used
instead of /etc/fstab.
just to be sure I get this right... /etc/fstab is for the local admin to
add stuff which otherwise is defined by systemd.mounts? To be honest,
this will drive away lots of admins coming from a real UNIX background!
I always thought of systemd was a bad thing, but some/a lot of parts
really work OK in the meantime, and most admins got used to it. But
removing /etc/fstab? No way!