Rafael, I have no clue if this will work, but maybe try the -n option. The man says that it won't write to /etc/mtab, but I'm hoping it will ignore it as well and just go for the mount. Also, you'll be remounting / as read-only effectively, so you won't be able to write /etc/mtab anyways.
-- Jeff Walter [EMAIL PROTECTED] Rafael Espíndola wrote:
I am trying to build a system that uses a unionfs as root. The init script is based on the one used by gentoo and uses initramfs. The problem is how to remount the unionfs constituents read only during halt. cat /proc/mounts displays /dev/hda1 (ext2) mounted rw in /memory. The problem is that /memory is no longer visible after the init script did a chroot and a mount -o remount,ro /dev/hda1 says that /dev/hda1 is not mounted! does any anyone has an idea? Thanks, Rafael
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