I recently got an update and am using:
Google Chrome: Version 91.0.4472.81 (Official Build) beta (64-bit)
Platform: 13904.41.0 (Official Build) beta-channel eve
Firmware Version: Google_Eve.9584.201.0
ARC Enabled: true
Enterprise Enrolled: false
Developer Mode: true
I usually remove rootfs verification to add some config scripts to /etc/init, but I can no longer do that.
I have run the following as root and gotten 'success' messages -
- /usr/share/vboot/bin/make_dev_ssd.sh --remove_rootfs_verification --partitions [CURRENT KERNEL PARTITION]
But after rebooting I cannot remount / as read-write; I have also used the '--force' option and have even run it on both kernel partitions just in case.
I have also run the following as root to no avail -
Is removing rootfs verification no longer possible or am I doing something wrong?
Thanx in advance for any help,