On Sun, Nov 22, Frans de Boer wrote:
I have several machines running TW only and one with multiple versions of
OpenSuse. On the latter machine I can't get the /tmp directory as a memory
based directory, but only when using TW.
The line in fstab are everywhere the same but when enabled for TW, I can't
get services being started because the system is always in read-only mode.
1. /tmp on tmpfs is default on openSUSE, no need to for special entries
2. "The system is in read-only mode". Only /tmp or the whole root filesystem?
If the later, this sounds more like an independ issue with your system.
Even when I add rw to the mount instruction, it stays
in ro mode only. As
said before, on other TW machines no problem.
Has anybody encountered a similar situation?
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