Joined: Nov. 2005
||Posted: Nov. 12 2005,02:26
I hope someone can help me. I have a USB stick with three partitions as follows:
sda1: 128Mb vfat partition with DSL Embedded on
sda2: 700Mb ext2 partition running another bootable distro (LiveUSB)
sda3: another ext2 partition that mounts as /home when running the bootable distro.
How do I get the DSL embedded to mount sda3 as /home on boot, so that I can access my normal data?
I have my full LiveUSB for when I can boot from a USB drive. I can then do all my work in Linux as normal. If however I am in a net cafe or whatever and I can't just reboot the computer, I have DSL Embedded so that I can still work on my stuff within my normal apps.
Is this possible? Also, if it is, can I scrap the 60Mb 'hard disk', as I would be saving all data to the sda3 partition anyway?
I would really appreciate some help on this, as I assume it's not just a matter of altering a couple of text file.