Re: Jumpstart Server on Linux
From: Tim Bradshaw (tfb_at_cley.com)
Date: Wed, 05 Nov 2003 09:56:52 +0000
* Michael Vilain wrote:
> I've read in this group that mounting the Jumpstart kernel RW is a
> Massively Bad Idea(tm). Jumpstart will modify the kernel image making
> it not work the next time or with other systems. The way it's setup on
> Solaris is the filesystem is shared as "anon=0,ro". How to translate
> that into Linux's export syntax is left to the OP.
The thing you want to make sure is that the FS should `look right' to
programs running as root. So either you want to allow root access to
it, or you want to translate the anonymous user to 0. I don't know
which of those Linux supports.