Do not taunt Red Hat Enterprise Linux:
Finally, one more directory worth noting is the
/initrd/directory. It is empty, but is used as a critical mount point during the boot process.
Do not remove the
/initrd/directory for any reason. Removing this directory causes the system to fail to boot with a kernel panic error message.
<doomsey> do not taunt the happy fun directory.
<dman> Linux is funny.
<doomsey> linux sucks.
<dman> “Egon, this reminds me of the time you tried to remove /initrd.” “It would have worked if you hadn’t stopped me!”
In all fairness, I would not have read this far into the documentation, but after going through the contortions to register for the trial of RHEL, I started downloading the four ISOs required to install Red Hat. Today I burned the ISOs, but then wondered by was disc4 only 3k? Well, the temporary URLs I was downloading from had expired by the time I got to disc4, so my disc4 ISO was actually a wad of dumb HTML, wasting a blank CD! Grr!
So, they deserve a taunting, as I’m still 57 minutes from having my disc4 ISO.
Also, while I’m on my soapbox, if you’re going to adopt FHS, then you ought to be able to stick your
In other OS news, I also filed a very minor PR today with FreeBSD.