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SubjectRe: Ramdisk (and other) problems with 2.4.2
On Fri, Mar 09, 2001 at 08:23:43PM +0100, Andries.Brouwer@cwi.nl wrote:
> > Andries, comments?
>
> > remount
> > Attempt to change the mount flags of
> > already-mounted file system. This is commonly
> > used to make a readonly file system writeable.
>
> Yes. But maybe "mount flags" is too narrow?
> It is up to the filesystem what precisely it does.
> What about
>
> remount
> Attempt to remount an already-mounted file
> system. This is commonly used to change the
> mount flags for a file system, especially to
> make a readonly file system writeable. It
> does not change device or mount point.

Why not emphasize the last sentence, and write

"It cannot change device or mount point." instead.


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