Ok, how did you mount it rw, and was it stable, it is a machine I was a week
away from putting on the production floor.
From: Thibaut VARENE [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: 13 July 2004 17:19
To: James Morris
Subject: Re: Disaster strikes
Le 13 juil. 04, à 18:05, James Morris a écrit :
> Hi All
> I have been running my RP5430 without a hitch for nearly a month, I
> to start adding services so ran apt-get dist-upgrade.
> The box has come up with the root FS read only.
> This is causing me a few problems (as you may guess).
> I have had a look at the fstab file and saw that it is set to mount ro
> errors, problem is I can't spot the errors, and wouldn't be able to do
> with an ro filesystem anyway.
> below is the output from the GSP when booting.
> All help appreciated.
you hit the same problem that I had here on unstable a while ago, and
that seems to have gone into sarge as well.
I have no idea what's wrong, but there's definitely a bug somewhere
with either fsck or the init scripts.
fsck claims that the file is not mounted ro, which is absolutely wrong
since it actually _is_, and you have to remount it rw to be able to use
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