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Re: read-only root and usr partitions

No.  The FSSTND was designed to support a read-only /usr.

The FHS is the next iteration of FSSTND, the Linux file system

Jean Pierre

On Sat, 6 Sep 1997, Paul J. Thompson wrote:

> thanks for the response.  it seems like quite an undertaking, however
> -- a lot more files then i expected.  maybe it really isn't a reality
> to mount root read-only but a better idea to simply keep it very
> regularly backed up.  maybe, however, usr can still be mounted
> read-only.  do you know of any files there which would prohibit this?
> > I find it unfortunate that /etc cannot be mount read-only.  Will the
> > FHS address this problem?

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