On Sat, Jul 18, 2015 at 10:09:54PM -0400, Frederick Grose wrote:
I've submitted a pull request,
for an update to liveimage-mount.
There are many integrated updates -- best reviewed by test driving.
Include a datetime tag to easily distinguish in-the-wild versions.
Provide infile utility and error-handling functions to permit standalone
Provide option to skip error raising on subprocess calls.
Add support for live mounting a directory of LiveOS contents.
Add a /run/initramfs/livedev link and a /run/initramfs/live bind mount
to simulate the LiveOS booted environment.
Add an option to mount filesystems read-only; and report the persistence
status upon entering the command shell.
Create a non-existent mount directory, if needed, and remove it on exit.
Add support for DNF and/or Yum repository caches.
Use the /run tmpfs instead of /dev/shm.
Create non-persistent metadata type snapshot targets for in-memory
Use random device mapper & mount point names on successive invocations.
Support encrypted home filesystems.
Call programs by basename only, relying on $PATH searching.
Cleanup white space and line lengths.
Thanks, I'll take a look at this today or tomorrow. In the future it
would be easier for review if you could break things up into different
commits, logically related.
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