Joined: April 2006
||Posted: May 24 2008,04:05
|Quote (malanrich @ May 23 2008,23:38)|
|Thanks for the responses, guys. |
I'll slowly work through the details of the wiki and maybe pick up the book too. Meanwhile, I'm okay with feeling a little dopey.
dopiness #1: I don't think making system time persist at reboot will work since I'm not online when I boot. (But I'll check more into this).
dopiness #2: I think I've understood the wiki on "Saving Your Settings," but I still can't figure why the glinks options file gets overwritten at each boot. I've enabled the Grub boot entry that includes mydsl, restore, persistency, etc., and mydsl, restore, home, and opt directories are designated as hda3. Since the glink options file is in the home/dsl/.links directory (also ramdisk/home... and mnt/hda3/home...), I can't see why the glinks options file isn't preserved. Also, adding the directory for that file to filetool.lst fails to prevent the options file from being overwritten.
I'm sure I'm missing something very simple. Not a huge problem, since dillo satisfies pretty much all my online needs (plaease keep dillo!).
I've never used glinks, and see there's a glinks.uci extention that Robert compiled in 2005 you might try. If there's a particular file that gets overwritten when it installs, you can always save the file somewhere and copy it over during boot by adding the instruction to /opt/bootlocal.sh (using the "cp" command).