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(I am using a Raspberry Pi 3b+)

I have the config of the service "dnsmasq" on my /etc-partition. /etc is read-only-mounted, so I need to mount it everytime so the service actually runs (by typing sudo service dnsmasq start).

My /data-partition would be writable - can I somehow move the whole service to /data? Is it enough to move the config-file to /data?

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  • The default configuration file is/etc/dnsmasq.conf. Read the manual page to find out how a non-default file can be specified. But that's not all; there are plenty of other relevant files like /etc/hosts, /etc/resolv.conf and so on. Whether you need alternative locations for them, I can't say. dnsmasq seems to have options that relocate most of them. – berndbausch Mar 2 at 21:09
  • @berndbausch Alright, thanks! – Tobias Kastl Mar 3 at 23:22
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If anyone's interested: I changed the partition to writable - made everything a lot easier.

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