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Juanito Offline

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Posted: Jan. 26 2008,14:42 QUOTE

I just noticed in dsl-3.4.10 that if I try to unmount an extension (eg samba-3.uci) that cannot be unmounted because it is busy, the mydsl-load script removes the icon/menu item and symlinks in /opt/bin before it realises that the extension cannot be unmounted.

Since the user is trying to unload the extension, I don't suppose it matters that the icon and symlinks are removed, but I guess that, logically, the script should test if the extension can be unloaded first?

Edit: Just checked dsl-4.2.4 - the same things happens
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Posted: Jan. 26 2008,14:56 QUOTE

Been that way from the beginning.
The user.tar.gz is used in the cleanup which is only available while mounted. Once unmounted the embedded user.tar.gz is no longer available and therefore the cleanup could not occur.
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