Created attachment 716850 [details]
When I run eclean-kernel and have /boot unmounted, it doesn't find the files and errors out.
Considering that genkernel is aware of it (perhaps via pymountboot?), I think it would be a good idea if eclean-kernel followed suit.
Expected: it works normally and finds the files
Actual: when /boot isn't mounted, it errors out:
eclean-kernel has met the following issue:
SystemError('No vmlinuz found. This seems ridiculous, aborting.')
If you believe that the mentioned issue is a bug, please report it
to https://github.com/mgorny/eclean-kernel/issues. If possible,
please attach the output of 'eclean-kernel --list-kernels' and your
regular eclean-kernel call with additional '--debug' argument.
For now I've skipped the --list-kernels and --debug steps since mounting and unmounting /boot has proven to make the difference, but debug output from those is available on request.