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Old 11-22-2009, 09:03 PM
Maxim Wexler
Default can't remove device-mapper can't install it either -- FIXED

> IIRC in a thread from a few months ago there was a tip about putting
> the 'pause <secs>' command into a certain config file, which I can't
> recall. Or was it 'delay <secs>' or 'time <secs>' ? This was meant for
> the hardware to catch its breath so to speak and allow the system to
> find the SD card. This was about the same time I noticed that SD
> support was missing from the kernel. So maybe it was the the delay I
> added to that script, which may have disappeared in an etc-update
> session, and not the SD support after all. Grabbing straws here ;(

It was 'sleep <secs>' and was meant to go just before the line
starting 'ebegin' in /etc/init.d/checkfs which is no longer used in
favo(u)r of /etc/init.d/fsck. So maybe SD support is extraneous. If I
feel adventurous, next kernel compile time, I'll remove the support
and see if it's really needed.


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