Joined: Nov. 2006
||Posted: Nov. 11 2006,20:06
Thanks for your answer, mikshaw.
I am using qemu to boot "DSL embedded" with both linux and windows (I don't know what O.S. will be installed in PCs where I work, it depends on...). Where do I have to write the "mydsl=somewhere" option?
On the other hand, I have read anymore and I have found one similar solution: there is a file "/opt/.mydsl_dir" (this directory is listed in "~/.filetool.lst", so you can modify it) where I can write the directory where my extensions are, I think that this directory has to be "mount", i.e. my "home backup" would be too big, and I think that it is unnecessary to backup extensions (they are on the web site).
There is another solution: I can run my-script from "/opt/bootlocal.sh" that is ran before X starts. In this script I mount one virtual disk, install the extensions that are saved in it, and umount the virtual disk. So, my "home space" (different virtual disk) is small (only text file: small c programs), and when I finished my "DSL embedded" session, my "home backup" (only my data backup) is quick.
I don't know if I have get to explain it...