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Mounting the root partition in rw mode during single user mode in linux

We may some time required to boot in single user mode in linux to fix some issues with the linux. Some times when we boot into single user mode in linux we might see the root volume(/)  as read only and we can edit the config files inside root volume due to this. Solution to this is mounting the root volume (/) in read/write mode using the following command in single user mode.

# mount -L / / -t ext3 -o remount,rw

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