Joined: April 2007
||Posted: Dec. 07 2007,10:42
Hi all again
i'm using a dsl-n with a lot of added libraries and other things backupped
of course, i added all this into .filetool.lst
so my .filetool.lst looks like this:
|Code Sample |
|# cat /home/dsl/.filetool.lst|
now, the problem is: when i shutdown the system, time spent into backupping file is HUGE
same at startup
i tried to reduce this time sink removing something from filetool.lst
i thought i could stop backupping something (ie /usr/lib) 'cause libraries i need are already here and i don't need to backup them again
BUT if i remove from .filetool.lst, they suddenly desappear from my hdd and i can't use it again (luckily, i'm a "dd" maniac )
so, how can i remove item from time-sinking-backup/restore at startup/shutdown AND keeping it inside hard disk?
i was thinking about inserting this files (ie: libraries or similar) inside KNOPPIX image (so it's already inside default need to use and does not "restore" at startup)
but how can i do it?