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[Bug 213135] mounting proc readonly on a different mount point remounts /proc mount point as ro



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Summary: mounting proc readonly on a different mount point remounts /proc mount point as ro


https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=213135


cracauer cons org changed:

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------- Additional Comments From cracauer cons org  2008-04-04 11:36 EST -------
(In reply to comment #8)
> Seems to be OK with current F8 kernels although the new mounts of proc are just
> kept rw although ro mount is requested. But that is probably tolerable.

The whole point of this is that it should *actually* be readonly. It works fine
on other distributions.

If you have a chroot for security reasons, having a read/write mounted /proc
makes the whole exercise pointless.

Silently converting the requested ro mount to a rw mount, if that is what you
say is happening now, is completely unacceptable.

What kind of info do you need from me specifically?

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