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Re: Update re: read-only root filesystem

On Sun, Jun 22, 2003 at 01:02:55AM +0200, Xavier Roche wrote:
> or /dev/pts/XX ownership depending on who is being
> logged  in..

this is not a problem due to devpts filesystem.

It may be a problem for /dev/cdrom. You can ignore it (use a sane cdrom
group) or you can use dev filesystem.

For the ttys, you also have to live with it, or simply use the dev

> /dev/initctl
> /dev/log

those noth are touched, but are normally sane.

> Symlinking /dev/xconsole to /run/xcolsole appears to work ; but maybe we
> should use a ""standard"" (two quotes) "/run/dev" for "changing devices" ?

you do not need those, pipes can exiat on r/o filesystems without a problem.

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