creating a read/write file system with kickstart
I'm using kickstart to load multiple systems with Redhat Enterprise 4, 2nd edition. I can load all my systems fine, but the problem is, one of my file systems is read-only and I need it to be read-write. Is there a way in kickstart to make this a read-write file system? I can edit /etc/fstab on each machine, but there must be a more efficient way to do it. The line in my kickstart configuration file looks like,
part /usr5 --fstype ext3 --size 1 --grow
Can I add any options to that to make it read-write instead of read-only? Thanks.