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From: Adam Elliott <aelliott@...>
Subject: Re: Read Only file system.
Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2002 08:47:14 -0500 (EST)
On Fri, 25 Jan 2002, Dan Armak wrote:

> On Friday 25 January 2002 14:46, you wrote:
> > Sorry for posting this here...
> >
> > I have just finished installing the base system.  When I reboot, my / is
> > read-only and /boot doesn't seems to be mount properly (not mount at all).
> > Does anyone experience this problem?
> >
> /boot isn't mounted unles you do it yourself explicitly; this is a feature
> not a bug, so that your kernels/boot info can' be harmed by anything that
> happens to the rest of your system.

Since / is read-only, it indicates that something's not going right in
startup. Did you edit your /etc/fstab ?  If so, is there a typo in there
somewhere? I had this exact problem this morning, coincidentally enough.

Hope this helps.
  -Adam



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