Protect your Raspberry PI SD card, use Read-Only filesystem
Bruno Duarte last edited by
How to fix this ?
Failed to execute operation: The name org.freedesktop.PolicyKit1 was not provided by any .service files
Must be root.
mjeanne last edited by
you need to be root..
mocart2 last edited by
Hello! Can anybody help me with user crontab file? I have problem: i installed raspbian in Read-only mode, i have some scripts, (cron jobs) that works every 5 minutes, 10 etc. I set it by crontab -e command, but after reboot, system is clean it, i think, because i moved /var/spool dir to tmpfs (like howto), and user cronjob file stored at /var/spool/cron/crontabs dir. How i can fix it for not clearing after system reboot? Thanks!
Cavallonzio last edited by
Did anyone figured out how to use crontab? it is wiped after reboot and i really need it :(
We need to put the system into Read Write Mode before changing the crontab
If you followed this tuto should be something like that
sudo mount -o remount,rw /
Then edit your crontab
sudo crontab -e
put pack in Read Only or reboot
sudo mount -o remount,ro /
Damian Mac last edited by
Charles you are going wrong. crontab -e give us file on /tmp which has been deleted on boot. We need to go this way:
nano /etc/crontab (dont forget to add user) example below:
- root /usr/bin/vpncheck.sh > /dev/null 2>&1
Neoromantic last edited by
I was wondering if I don't have entry about /tmp being a mount entry point for tmpfs neither in fstab nor mtab, what would be the point in moving things there? Am I missing something or?
I am playing with Raspberry PI-2 and Raspbian Jessie.
ricky last edited by
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Rok Jarc last edited by
Great article, thanx! To be able to use sudo i did have to add this line to /etc/fstab as well:
tmpfs /var/lib/sudo/ts tmpfs nosuid,nodev 0 0
dev last edited by
Has this tutorial worked for anyone? The 1st error is saw was under Move files to temp filesystem after running:
touch /tmp/dhcpcd.resolv.conf; ln -s /tmp/dhcpcd.resolv.conf /etc/resolv.conf
Failed to create symbolic link ‘etc/resolv.conf’ file exists. Next after reboot see errors regarding “a start job is running for dhcpd on all interfaces..." The raspi fails to boot and see pi@raspberrypi: prompt. Thanks in advance for any insights!