[klibc] Userspace mounts issue
aaronmgriffin at gmail.com
Fri Oct 6 09:33:24 PDT 2006
I don't know if this is bug-worthy or not It can be fixed in numerous
places, but I think it might make the most sense to do it here....
kinit uses /dev/root to mount the rootfs. In normal userspace, this
causes the root system to be displayed twice in apps like Nautilus, as
/proc/mounts lists rootfs on /dev/root, in addition to the real info
(e.g. ext3 on /dev/hda3).
This is actually easilly solved by adding a /dev/root symlink to the
real root device, but that's seems to fix the symptoms and not the
Does anyone have any idea on how to circumvent this when using kinit?
I have no ability to move nodes from the early-userspace /dev to
normal userspace, as kinit claims control of all that.
Thanks in advance,
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