-o remount,rw not possible?
2004-12-02 12:32:32 GMT
hi list, i'm using loop-aes for quite a while now and from time to time i had to remount device-backed loop-aes partitions. eg. a normally r/o mounted backup partition would become a r/w. i did this like so: $ mount -o remount,rw /data when i try this now, mount comes back with mount: block device /dev/hda1 is write-protected, mounting read-only i don't know exactly when it stopped working (but i'm pretty sure it worked a month ago or so). upgrading to the latest loop-aes/ciphers package did not help. my setup: root <at> sheep:~# losetup -a /dev/loop5: :173 (/dev/hda1) encryption=twofish128 multi-key read-only /dev/loop6: :380 (/dev/sda8) encryption=AES128 multi-key /dev/loop7: :389 (/dev/sdb1) encryption=twofish128 multi-key read-only root <at> sheep:~# uname -r 2.6.10-rc2-bk9 root <at> sheep:~# mount -V mount: mount-2.12a <--- stock debian util-linux(Continue reading)