Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 990460
root and boot partitions for arm images should have more userfriendly names
Last modified: 2015-02-17 11:28:09 EST
Currently the / and /boot partitions for the arm images are labelled / and /boot, which get turned into __ and __boot as mount points by udisks, this is not really user friendly.
The F-18 images had rootfs and uboot as labelled which was much better IMHO.
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Agree with the problem statement.
Prepending an underscore seems arbitrary, and user unfriendly to ignore the --label= in kickstart by choosing the mount-point as label.
This would be solved in two places:
Appliance-tools applies the underscored-label to the swap partition, and possibly the vfat msdos u-boot filesystem. Imgcreate does the remaining labeling. So appliance-tools is consistent with the other tools it interacts with, but sadly the bulk of this processing is not in appliance-tools, so I'm not sure this is the right place to assign the BZ.
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