Re: Mounting a file as a filesystem
Dale Scheetz said:
> This may be true (most probably is) but mkisofs is the tool I know about
> from personal experience. How would I create an ext2fs in a file? Wouldn't
> it still need to be a ro file system?
dd if=/dev/zero of=/path/to/file bs=1k count=<size>
mke2fs /path/to/file <size>
mount -t ext2 /path/to/file /mount/point
That should do it. No need for a ro file system, especially if you want to be
able to write things to it!
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