Joined: Dec. 2004
||Posted: Dec. 23 2004,07:59
|First, make sure that your thumbdrive (usually /dev/sda1) is mounted. There should be a green light for it on the mount.app bottom right corner of your desktop. Then open a xterminal window and type:|
Je, je, je, I'm new to the DSL world, but I can determine if a drive is mounted
I have followed your instrucctions and it works! I can read and write the virtual HD. The only thing that I haven't see before is the -o loop in the mount command (any technical clue, please?). I belived that this need a modified loop.o (from the dizzy message).
Well, now the problem is when I try to restore a system backup from /mnt/qemuhd. I have put qemuhd as the backup/restore unit. When I press the "Restore" button, the window hang.... Perhaps is looking at /dev/qemuhd... Any way to use this virtual HD for the backup/restore?
Buy I can use myDSL with the optional DSL modules stored in /mnt/qemuhd/optional downloaded within a previous qemu session.
I the backup/restore finaly works this is all the "duality" that I need by now.
Thank you very much!!