Re: How do you use the "at" command?

On Wednesday 01 February 2012 03:25, David W. Hodgins conveyed the
following to comp.os.linux.misc...

On Tue, 31 Jan 2012 18:24:18 -0500, Aragorn
<stryder@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

initramfs or initrd. I suspect that the initramfs will probably be
carrying busybox or something similar to provide for the "mount" and
"fsck" commands.

The dracut generated initramfs uses bash.

Okay, but "fsck" and "mount" are not internal to bash, so they would
have to be provided for as well then. There's probably a set of other
utilities that could be necessary to repair or diagnose a system for in
the event that "/usr" is not available - e.g. if "/usr" happens to be on
a disk that has crashed.

= Aragorn =
(registered GNU/Linux user #223157)