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Re: /etc/fstab.d yes or not (resolved)

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 I have reverted the fstab.d support. The libmount will NOT read
 /etc/fstab.d by default.

 If you really need an additional configuration outside /etc/fstab
 then you have to explicitly add the option --fstab <path> to mount(8)
 command line. This option may be specified more than once and the
 <path> may be a directory. This solution should be enough for
 initramfs scripts.

 Thanks for feedback.

    Karel

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