Loading debian-live's filesystem.squashfs from NTFS with ntfs-3g
is it possible to load filesystem.squashfs from an NTFS filesystem using
the ntfs-3g driver?
While it's easy to load it from NTFS with the ntfs.ko module, this
blocks write access to the NTFS-formatted partition.
Reason: /lib/live/mounts/medium is mounted readonly and "mount
-oremount,rw" isn't supported by ntfs.ko (it returns an error message
saying just that).
I tried to look at the code inside initrd.img and stumbled over a few
references to ntfs-3g, but it seems it doesn't work or isn't meant to be
used with boot=live, rather, only with boot=local or some other boot
parameter (where it doesn't make sense, IMO).
Could anybody shed some light on this and tell me how it can be done?