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comment Read-only filesystem
Did you run fsck with the -f option? At the bottom of the launchpad link, someone with the same problem deleted the chromium cache file and the situation seems to have resolved. This may be part of a larger issue with ext4.
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revised Read-only filesystem
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answered Read-only filesystem
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comment Eclipse Juno, need root access everytime I change the configuration
I've updated the guide to clarify that you shouldn't run Eclipse as root while updating packages (or under most circumstances). If you install Eclipse as root, chown -R Eclipse's folder and then run Eclipse as yourself/a normal user, your installed packages should work.
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answered If I encrypt my home folder during installation, can I do another clean installation over the entire hard drive?