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Client root file system read only



We are working on Fedora 10 LTSP hosted on Solaris.
The client chroot is hosted on a rw filesystem as opposed to the default which is exported RO.

While I am aware of the reasons for relying on the server to enforce the ro filesystem, but, would it be possible for the client to mount it ro too?

It looks like that at present it does not make any policy and therefore it mounts at what the server will supply, rw.


Darryl

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