Joined: July 2005
||Posted: July 18 2005,23:32
Sorry, I didn't mean to attack . . . I know *nothing* about dsl . . . (but I'm trying )
ok, so I changed my bat file like you said and ran it. It started coming up with a bunch of errors about too many mount points. That, I can live with; so I press on.
One thing i notice is that i have to remount /mnt/hdb every time i boot . . .
and upon reboot, it has both the gcc.dal AND a backup file the same size . . . I assume the gcc.dsl has just been extracted from the backup file . . but is there any way to cut the disk usage in half?
the only other thing is that booting brings about a lot more warnings now that I have added those words to my bat file (too many mount points)
besides that, I now have a working development box
Thank you SO much for your assistance! so many of the other guides assumed dsl background knowledge