LFS Boot Cd
bryan at kadzban.is-a-geek.net
Wed Jul 28 19:47:23 PDT 2004
James Robertson wrote:
> 4. If we want a potential user to be able to follow the book
> explicitly, then /mnt needs to be writable somehow so a /mnt/lfs dir
> and mount point can be used.
Why not just put a /mnt/lfs directory on the CD image?
Even if the directory itself is readonly, the user should still be able
to mount another partition on it -- it just has to exist.
Alternately, /mnt could be a very small ramfs, with just enough space
for a few directories. The user would create these directories.
Or do as Chris & Jeremy do, and muck around a bit with pivot_root. ;-)
Anyway, just a couple more ideas.
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