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Old 07-10-2012, 12:33 PM   #15
digory
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Originally Posted by MaPePeR View Post
You encourage to set mntroot rw to default, because you moved the home of root to there.

i dont think thats a good place. why not take /mnt/us or the config partition, that are allways rw.

the root is read only for a reason.
Hmm, good point. An even better way would be, to create a user that's not root, and usually do things with that user unless you really must use root.
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