Is this really a UML issue?
Tell the kernel to mount the rootfs rw...

When booted it for the first with same command ,its worked fine.  After doing init 0 and starting again it becomes read-only.

Here is the exactly steps -
host#cp root_fs uml/ && cd uml
host#./linux ubda=Fedora14-AMD64-root_fs mem=128M eth0=tuntap,,,10.1.1.5 eth1=tuntap,,,20.1.1.6 eth2=tuntap,,,10.1.1.20
Now I can login and its works fine.
uml#ls
uml#init 0
comes back to host.
host#./linux ubda=Fedora14-AMD64-root_fs mem=128M eth0=tuntap,,,10.1.1.5 eth1=tuntap,,,20.1.1.6 eth2=tuntap,,,10.1.1.20
This time it fails with above message.

How come same command , which initially loaded it as "rw" and then "r" for the second time?  Did I shutdown cleanly ?

 
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//richard


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