On Mon, May 26, 2008 at 2:15 AM, Karanbir Singh <mail-lists at karan.org> wrote: > I've been reading some of your recent comments, Anonymous looser, and > I've really got to say this - you seem to make some authoritative style > comments on things you really dont know much about. eg. in this case - > the filesystem could be mounted readonly since its only exposed readonly > from the underlying i/o or block subsystem. Thank you for your comments. Next time I'll try to stop my ego... I guess you are right. An authorative style would mean nothing without an identity. A cd-rom can provide security as a readonly mount, but readonly mounted ordinary filesystem/disk means almost nothing. Dont you read comments like "administrator remounts read-write"? Why? I dont know, I like to be an a**hole looser I think.