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Re: /etc/fstab.d yes or not

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I am extremely dubious about systemd, and would much rather it not be on any system that *I* run (and using UUID's to identify kernel notification is just whacko) , but I have to agree with Kay in that /etc/fstab.d is Just Wrong.   The /etc/fstab file is parsed by many programs, shell scripts, and not just the ones in util-linux.   We should consider it an ABI, and not mess with it.

-- Ted

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