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    Greetings;

    I'm getting a lot of these bounces, any good reason?

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    On Tuesday 13 July 2004 12:23, Ricky Beam wrote:
    >On Tue, 13 Jul 2004, Eric D. Mudama wrote:
    >>... "root=LABEL=/" ...
    >
    >I've seen the LABEL method not work at all. (2.6.7-rc3 on the
    > wikipedia servers.)
    >
    >--Ricky
    >
    It was un-reliable enough here that I've discontinued its use. There
    are two things wrong with it that I can see, first being that it
    doesn't always work, and 2nd, there appears to be no way to x-ref
    back so that you can see that its /dev/hda7 that is your /usr alias.

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    Cheers, Gene
    There are 4 boxes to be used in defense of liberty.
    Soap, ballot, jury, and ammo.
    Please use in that order, starting now. -Ed Howdershelt, Author
    Additions to this message made by Gene Heskett are Copyright 2004,
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