growroot-almost should be inhibitable from boot partition

Bug #2065408 reported by Dave Jones
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ubuntu-raspi-settings (Ubuntu)
Dave Jones

Bug Description

Some users wish to handle post-boot partitioning or fs configuration themselves. For this use-case it is important that the rootfs is *not* expanded on first boot. On the server images, this is relatively trivial by appending "growpart: off", but on the desktop images it's handled by the growroot-almost service and this is only capable of being inhibited by touching /etc/growroot-grown. It should be possible to inhibit this behaviour from the boot partition only which, being FAT, can be mounted from other OS'.

Dave Jones (waveform)
Changed in ubuntu-raspi-settings (Ubuntu):
assignee: nobody → Dave Jones (waveform)
milestone: none → ubuntu-24.10
status: New → Confirmed
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