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    Unhappy using chroot to change the filesystem from read-only mode

    Hi folks,

    Sometime ago my filesystem became read-only after upgrade. I used chroot with live-CD to restore my filesystem. I am not able to recall how I did it then... I am not able to find the post...can you please give reference link?

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    Re: using chroot to change the filesystem from read-only mode


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    Re: using chroot to change the filesystem from read-only mode

    That does help! thanks for quick reply
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