Joined: April 2006
||Posted: Jan. 19 2007,15:49
Hey, thanks for finishing DSL 3.2. In my opinion, it's the coolest OS I've ever tried. But I got some problem.
I always have to use ALSA to get my soundcard plays. So, I have to install gnu-utils.dsl, dsl-dpkg.dsl, and alsadebs.dsl + ALSA-Drivers-1.0.11.dsl. Plus, I like enigma.dsl. The bad news is I have to do this routine every time I want to play around with DSL. It's tiring, time consuming. So, I tried mkmydsl script.
I thougth it would be very easy. But, it didn't happen. When I tried it. It yielded:
|Code Sample |
|Checking for myDSL apps... Creating myDSL iso... mkisofs: Uh oh, I can't find the boot catalog directory 'KNOPPIX'!|
/usr/sbin/mkmydsl: line 183: unexpected EOF while looking for matching '"'
/usr/sbin/mkmydsl: line 185: syntax error: unexpected end of file
I want to ask anybody read this and please answer it:
1. What the hell happened with those error message?
2. After done, I checked it at emelFM, there is nothing.
3. I tried earlier version of DSL (DSL 3.2 RC2), mkmydsl (playing on root shell) works well and created iso files that I could burn and boot. But:
3.a. I've never seen my previously myDSL extension shown in right click popup menu under MyDSL section (above "Apps"), so I have to install enigma, etc again. Why is this happen?
4. Despiting all problem I experienced above, how can I have a remastered CD that contains installed myDSL extension (such as: gnu-utils, dsl-dpkg, alsadebs, alsa driver, enigma, netcat) exactly as the same as the one I have that I use as mkmydsl source?
Please need help, I like this distro, I use this as my small, fast, multifunction tool.