I have searched google, I've searched this website, I've searched using various terms, phrases, using quotes and without quotes and I cannot find the answer to this seemingly easy thing to do.
How do you mount a hard disk from the command line as read-only? I don't want or need a link to the man page, I want the exact thing I will have to type in if the following is true:
- disk to mount is on /dev/sda
- it is 2 TB -it is critical that I mount it read-only and not read-write. Very critical.
- I'm doing it from a live ubuntu cd so I have no business to edit the fstab or any file for that matter