In the last episode (Jan 31), Darryl Hoar said:
> > it boots up and dumps me into single user.  When I try to change
> > /etc/fstab, it tells me that the parition is mounted read only.
> >
> >>do
> >>
> >>mount -uw /dev/gm0s1a /
> >>
> >>and then edit
> how can I mount / again when its already mounted ?  When I said
> single user, maybe that wasn't the right thing to say.  When I tell
> it the root partition (/dev/mirror/gm0s1a), it then asks me to choose
> a shell (bin/sh being the default).  When I select the shell it takes
> me to a command line where only / is mounted.

-u tells mount to update an existing mountpoint.

        Dan Nelson
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