Why is this not a good idea? The only reason I can think of it that you
want your root shell on the root hard drive. As many system use a
separate partition for /usr and that bash installs to /usr/local/bin per
yes it may be a reason, but there is always /rescue directory.
and - at least me - prefer to have as little partition as possible to not
make things complicated.
most cases swap+/
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