Joined: Sep. 2005
||Posted: June 08 2007,21:02
If you've got it all compiled and running ok from /opt, you should build a uci instead of an unc
Uncs perhaps aren't best used to create a union with / of a filesystem mounted on /opt/whatever when that just effectively puts things in /opt/whatever - that's a redundant use of unionfs.
[I'll test this circumstance tomorrow - it's bed time where I am]
dsl2unc should just put the lot into user.tar.gz or so I thought ... otherwise you've found me a new bug.
Most .dsl extensions ordinarily have few files in /opt as things go ... usually wrappers and suchlike - if they're all in /opt they should just have tar.gz endings to avoid calling mkwriteable, and better still - they should be ucis.