Joined: July 2004
||Posted: Feb. 06 2007,17:43
PLEASE NOTE that I am aware this script is buggy and is not suitable for serious use at this time! As I said in the first post, this is only an experiment for now, and it is definitely not intended to be used by anyone who knows less about Linux than I do =o)
If/when it becomes safe and stable, I will post it as such.
This is an issue that is related personal configuration files, which I refuse to touch without explicit permission. If you choose to remove the xtdesk application, it will remove files that are expected by your personal configs. As a result, you must modify those configs to no longer want to use the removed files. You either have everything done for you and expect to lose some choice, or you keep the choice as well as the need to do some work yourself. In most cases I opt for the latter.
|it said xtdesk.sh is missing....|
then i installed DSL again and i tryed by not removing xtdesk.sh file and it worked fine...
so i think its better to remove this line from ur code
rm -rf usr/bin/xtdesk usr/local/bin/xtdesk.sh;;
Auto-configuration of hardware is found in /etc/init.d/knoppix-autoconfig
This file is necessary, but can be modified if you know what hardware you don't need to check for.
An alternative is passing boot options to the bootloader to disable checking of certain things:
I couldn't tell you, as I have no interest in debian packages. All I know is these files are the ones that are related to the listed applications and they are removed manually. I don't use Debian packages myself, so I have no intention of caring whether or not the deb system breaks until i fix the obvious things like the firefox/mkunion bug.
|I'm assuming none of these applications can be removed with apt-get or dpkg?|