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Re: Hrdware question

Le 12/08/2018 à 21:38, Michael Wagner a écrit :
On Aug 12, 2018 at 20:01:08, Pascal Hambourg wrote:

Mind to explain why should /boot be on a separate partition ?

when you have /boot on a seperate partition, you can mount it read-only
and only when kernel updates arrives, you mount it read-write.

You can do that with other quasi-static parts of the filesystem such as /usr too. So what's special with /boot which justifies mounting it read-only more than other parts ?

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