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Re: Moving rc.d scripts to base.tgz

> The presence of all this interpreter input in /etc means one can't
> safely leave /etc mounted read-write ("configuration data" can be
> written) while leaving the rest of the system mounted read-only
> ("binaries" can't).

True as far as it goes.

But you can take a hint from newbtconf and create something like
/etc/config which is a RW mount point (or a symlink to one) and replace
all the stuff you think of as configuration data with symlinks into
/etc/config/, then leave /etc read-only.

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