Read-Only Use Without Synchronization / No Backup of /var/log and /var/tmp on Shutdown

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Read-Only Use Without Synchronization / No Backup of /var/log and /var/tmp on Shutdown

Cyberurchin
All,

One of the significant differences between Debian Linux and Voyage Linux is
the support for using Compact Flash instead of a hard drive.
(http://wiki.voyage.hk/rw_ro.txt)

The way I understand it, /var/log and /var/tmp are kept in RAM and saved to
their original locations on shutdown.

My question is: (How) can I disable this? I basically want the OS never to
make any changes to /dev/sda, also during shutdown and boot-up, unless I
manually re-mount read-writable.

Thanks a lot -




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