Ubuntu Core: how the file-system works

Gustavo Niemeyer gustavo at niemeyer.net
Mon Jan 23 16:26:27 UTC 2017

It's definitely possible. It's just not very convenient yet.

For tests, easiest might be to bind mount your modifications at runtime.

On Mon, Jan 23, 2017 at 2:17 PM, Luca Dionisi <luca.dionisi at gmail.com>

> Hi all
> I see that the issue has been taken care of. I will immediately
> download a daily-build image and check that the file rt_tables
> is writeable.
> I haven't built a snap for my app yet, so I cannot test for the
> moment if my needs are all already fitted in the builtin
> interfaces. I will try as soon as I can to craft a snap in devmode
> and afterwards in strict mode. But I can't predict time.
> Bear with me if I ask again, cause maybe the question went off the
> radar: is it possible to build an image where the rootfs has been
> modified a bit from what is in 'core' by default?
> --Luca
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