Re: /run and read-only /etc
On Apr 07, John Hasler <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>I don't know how any amount of configuration fixing can get around the fact
>that usepeerdns requires that /etc/resolv.conf (or what it points to) be
>futzed with. Other packages also need to alter resolv.conf.
If you want to mount /etc read only then you should not use a
configuration which requires writing a file in it.
/etc/resolv.conf CANNOT be moved, so if you want both a read only /etc
directory and modifying a file contained in it you will have to use a
>The only solution to the resolv.conf mess I can see is to put a nameserver
>in base and provide a standardized way to feed forwarders to whatever
>nameserver is running.
This is stupid. Most hosts do not need a name server at all.
Marco | [308 preTvTEhSBzSE]