> Two alternate approaches I'm weighing are a config file in /etc, or just
> a package patch to carry in coreutils, but the env var approach feels
> like it would be more flexible to users and hopefully more suitable for
> upstream. Before I forward it upstream, though, what does ubuntu-devel@
I like having an environment variable to opt out from some of the
filesystems better. This "df" thing sometimes seem minor but I'll give a
small example of what just happened:
Yesterday I was fixing the iso generation scripts I have, on behalf of a
customer, and I forgot /mnt mounted with an iso loopback mount. I did
not notice that right away because of all the crap related to loop
I saw your df alias today and thought, ha.. will add it to my profile..
and suddenly, testing, I saw:
/dev/loop14 1.2G 1.2G 0 100% /mnt
because all the other loop devices mounts were gone. I mean, for us it
might not look *that* important, but for a sysadmin might really be!
Perhaps this environment variable should be set by snapd package ?
rafaeldtinoco@workstation:~$ dpkg -S /etc/profile.d/apps-bin-path.sh
or any other package that is willing to make df to opt out a filesystem
by default ?
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