Re: Tar'ed Base System?
> 3. If you boot into single-user mode, linux may not allow you to
> mount root read-write. Even with "-f -o rw". This is wrong
> behavior. If I use "-f", there should be no question. JUST DO
> IT! NOW! If it damages file systems, or crashes the system, that
> is MY risk...
What you're looking for is:
mount -n -o remount,rw /dev/root /
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