Besides, I see nothing preventing anybody from building their system with static worlds,
and there is nothing stopping anybody from putting /rescue in the PATH before /bin or /sbin.
Note that this will not have the same performance as the older all-static setup, because each binary in /rescue is a crunchgen'ed combination of *all* the commands there. They're all hardlinked together. Eg:
(332) # ls -l /bin/cp /rescue/cp -r-xr-xr-x 1 root wheel 113372 Nov 16 02:29 /bin/cp* -r-xr-xr-x 131 root wheel 3807836 Nov 16 02:30 /rescue/cp*
I have no idea what kind of a difference that would make, I'm just saying that it is different... :-)
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