How do I create a loopback mount which exposes a given directory as a read-only filesystem? As contrasted with a loopback mount which exposes a file as a filesystem?
I would imagine that mount -o bind,ro /some/directory /where/you/want/it/to/be/readonly should do the trick.
mount -o bind,ro /some/directory /where/you/want/it/to/be/readonly
mount --bind -o ro
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5 years ago