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    SubjectRe: /dev/stderr gets unlinked 8]
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    On Tuesday 14 March 2006 15:07, Aurelien Degremont wrote:
    > > Can I make /dev/stderr non-unlink-able?
    >
    > Take a look to
    >
    > $ man chattr
    > # chattr +i /dev/stderr
    >
    > if you are using a ext2/3 filesystem. If not, maybe your filesystem has
    > some similar functionality.

    I have ramfs based /dev, which I mount early over /dev (from initrd, in fact).
    On-disk /dev/ is empty.
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