d-l and /boot ro
Justin Pryzby wrote:
> Our host system has /boot mounted readonly; this is checked by
> /usr/sbin/update-initramfs. Building live images, this causes:
I'm not sure if I understand that right. The host systems filesystem
(including /boot) is not used at all.
> |$ grep -C2 -we updating ./binary.log
> |P: Begin executing hacks...
> |WARNING: /boot is ro mounted.
> |update-initramfs: Not updating /boot/initrd.img-2.6.22-qi.foo
> |P: Deconfiguring file /etc/kernel-img.conf
This is done in the chroot stage, so, why is your chroot read-only?
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