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Re: /boot

Harry Cochran wrote:

Also I did cd /var and then tried umount /boot and got "device is busy"
still. What am I doing wrong?

I encounter the same pb a time ago: if /boot is a fs mounted at boot time iirc you would have to stop klog daemon (iirc too "fuser -c /boot" would have to show you the process(es) using your fs).


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