Re: How can I make root filesystem read-only? - many ways ?
Oliver Elphick wrote:
> For example, /etc must be in the root filesystem and mount writes to
Joey Hess wrote:
> > /etc/mtab
> That particular case is easy to workaround, just link /etc/mtab to
Alvin Oga wrote:
> common solution for that problem...
> cd /etc ; rm mtab ; ln -s /proc/mounts mtab
Thank you Oliver, Joey, and Alvin. I have learned the mtab problem and
solution for that. I think /proc/mounts aproach is for me.
To Doug MacFarlane, thank you very much for your advice.