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I have installed gentoo from stage 1 without problems. I installed a generic kernel with genkernel tool and 3 kernels manually and there was not problem When I rebooted the ...
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    serious problem after installation


    I have installed gentoo from stage 1 without problems. I installed a generic kernel with genkernel tool and 3 kernels manually and there was not problem
    When I rebooted the first time and tried to edit any file as a root, the system did not let me when I tried to save. It showed a message: READ-ONLY...
    It happened with all kernels including the generic

    what can I do.?

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    Post your /etc/fstab, please.
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