I'm currently working on a project. There's an Ubuntu Linux system installed on a disk, DA, mounting the other disk, DB. What it requires is that DB can be only mounted by DA in order to prevent data ...
In Linux, I've created the root file system (rootfs) by following commands: dd if=/dev/zero of=ramdisk.img bs=1M count=4 mkfs.ext2 ramdisk.img sudo mount -o loop ramdisk.img rootfs sudo cp init ...
I'm trying to loop mount my root filesystem (a loop file) within a busybox initramfs. I try to run the command: mount /rootfs.raw /root ... which works on my Ubuntu laptop, however, I simply get ...
What is the first Linux kernel release to set relatime as the default mount option?
My question is with regards to booting a Linux system from a separate /boot partition. If most configuration files are located on a separate / partition, how does the kernel correctly mount it at boot ...
What is the loopback interface and how does it differ from the eth0 interface? And why do I need to use it when mounting an ISO or running a service on localhost?