"mounting" on a read only filesystem, shadow passwords
I just installed the Hurd, it's _very_ nice, thanks!
One little question: I've got my disk layed out like this under
I'd like to see my linux filesystem while running the hurd, and I'd
like to mount this readonly. (Apart from /home .) If I do, while
running the hurd:
root@yosida /# settrans -c /linux /hurd/ext2fs -r /dev/hd0s2
root@yosida /# settrans -c /linux/home /hurd/ext2fs /dev/hd0s7
settrans: /linux/usr: Read-only file system
Of course: I understood a translator wants to write in the
filesystem. How could I achieve this? I don't think symlinks will
help in this case.
And another thing: is there support for shadow passwords in the
hurd? I saw it's not used when doing the tar-install.
Joost van Baal .
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