help Root partition mounted read write

help Root partition mounted read write

Post by Thomas Hor » Thu, 25 Jan 1996 04:00:00

every time i boot linux (with loadlin) is says
it has been mounted read-write and should be read-only
when i change it to read-only it says it should be read-write !

How can i win ????

Thomas Horan

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