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Mounting /run

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This discussion is done as of 2022-02-24.

I always mounted /run manually as tmpfs. But since I updated my kernel from 5.4.48 to 5.4.72 and a @world update, I had multiple issues. LVM was causing warnings at boot, network adapter was not working and as soon as I started Xorg both mouse and keyboard stopped to work. Basically it was breaking udev. After finding this thread bug #737270 I found out it had something to do with my /etc/fstab. But regardless of mode and permission I was not able to fix it unless I commented /run completely out. Without mounting /run manually in /etc/fstab all the issues were fixed instantly. So maybe its better to delete "/run" from Sub-Chapter "Other directories to consider" on this wiki-page to prevent others from running into the same problems. Probably its not possible to mount /run manually in /etc/fstab anymore without breaking udev. — The preceding unsigned comment was added by Severin (talkcontribs)