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SubjectRe: Quiescent filesystems marked with EXT2_VALID_FS while still mounted?
On Thu, Jan 20, 2000 at 11:29:43AM -0800, Scott Henry wrote:
> Another one that I am trying but can't get to work is to have the
> filesystem mounted "ro,user" by default, but I can't seem to "-o
> remount,rw" (or the other way) as a user. I haven't started to track
> it down yet, but is this likely to be a mount issue or a kernel
> issue?

IIRC the user option only allows the user to mount/unmount. No change
in options or fs type. Anything else would be a potential security
hole.

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