Some users have reported issues with
brl update and
brl fetch failing when behind a proxy.
This issue appears to be specific https URLs. For
brl update, possible work-arounds include:
brl updateto use another Bedrock mirror.
There are no obvious work-arounds for
Bedrock uses a Linux kernel feature which propagates some mount and unmount operations. When an init system performs an umount operation on shutdown, this may actually unmount multiple mount points. Some init systems are confused by this, as it is not a commonly used feature, and print warnings about being unable to unmount directories because they already unmounted them. These warnings are harmless aesthetic issues. Note that this does not mean all warnings about mount difficulties on shutdown are harmless and only refers to a specific subset.
Due to a quirk in how Bedrock works, init systems may not mount the root directory read-only in preparation for providing it to
fsck. Bedrock attempts to disable this by changing the corresponding field in
Some initrds will
fsck the root filesystem, but not all. Bedrock should offer the option of calling
fsck on the root filesystem itself. However, it currently does not.