>> Next, I tried to use Michael's latest Fedora 12 kernel on Fedora
>> 14. Of course, Fedora 14 uses some features that are not available
>> in this kernel. Most notably, I had to provide the kernel with the
>> "init=/sbin/upstart" option to avoid the use of systemd.
> Yes, now that I try it I get the error
> failed to mount /sys/fs/cgroup: No such file or directory
> It looks like this /sys mount was introduced in 2.6.33.
Luckily, I was already familiar with this issue, see also:
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