[arch-general] [arch-dev-public] initscripts changes

Rodrigo Coacci rcoacci at gmail.com
Mon Apr 7 12:58:11 EDT 2008

On 4/7/08, Alessio Bolognino <themolok.ml at gmail.com> wrote:

> Thomas, if you are afraid that users could remove that line from fstab,
> why
> don't you just put a "# Warning, do not remove these lines unless you
> really
> know what you are doing" or something like that? I think this will reduce
> complexity of rc.sysinit (not very much, I have to admit :)
> Anyway, this thread is gone crazy, I hate when people attack devs for a
> minor
> issue like this one: whatever Thomas and the other devs will decide to do,
> it
> will be fine for me and should be fine for everyone. Seriously, this won't
> ever
> affect anyone's system.
> This thread started with "should I edit one line in a file?" and ended
> with
> "ZOMG, the ubuntu revolution is coming, arch way for teh win, I hate where
> Arch
> is going, oldfags > newfags".
> --
> Alessio (molok) Bolognino

+ 1
Couldn't agree more.


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