Mount a dedicated tmpfs on /run/initramfs instead of trying to remount /run...
Mount a dedicated tmpfs on /run/initramfs instead of trying to remount /run with the "exec" option (refs: #16097). My previous approach, i.e. "let's remount /run with the exec option via a unit file started as part of the shutdown procedure", worked just fine for clean shutdown. But it does not work for emergency shutdown, i.e. when the boot medium is physically removed: for some reason (possibly missing bits in the memlockd configuration), this service is not started, and then systemd-shutdown won't return to the initramfs because /run/initramfs/shutdown is not executable. So let's instead disregard /run and extract the initramfs into a dedicated tmpfs, that we mount on /run/initramfs (where systemd-shutdown will look for it), and that we mount without the "noexec" option. Also, remove manual calls to eject(1): - They increase chances that the shutdown process breaks due to missing files locked in memory by memlockd. - Their sole benefit is to ensure we physically eject the DVD. It's unclear if this code is still needed nowadays. Regardless, starting with Tails 3.12, the only supported use case for ISO and DVD is virtual machines, which are not targeted by the emergency shutdown feature, which is about removing the *physical* boot medium.
config/chroot_local-includes/lib/systemd/system/tails-remount-run-exec.service → config/chroot_local-includes/lib/systemd/system/run-initramfs.mount