[arch-general] /usr is not mounted. This is not supported.

Thomas Bächler thomas at archlinux.org
Tue Oct 25 10:33:24 EDT 2011

Am 25.10.2011 16:19, schrieb Dwight Schauer:
> Would the /usr location be determined when the initramfs is created,
> or would it determine the location at runtime via /etc/fstab? Just
> wanted to make sure it is the latter.

Yes, you mounted root, so you can now look at fstab.

> By label? Is that assuming /usr location can be guessed by the label?
> That would not work on a lot of setups. Even if a mountpoint in label
> was used, that does not account for multiple disks attached, all with
> Linux installs on them.

Just saying, you can use whatever your fstab says - be it a device,
uuid, label, or other symlink.

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