Joined: Nov. 2006
||Posted: Nov. 16 2006,17:48
Thanks for that. The plan is to have Puppy, DSL and win98 on the 3 partitions so I want to keep everything DSL within hda2. At the minute I have Puppy on hda1, DSL on hda 2, nothing on hda3 and hda4 Linux swap.
I'm getting 4 or 5 of these error messages during boot - do they mean anything?
Ext2-fs warning: maximal mount count reached, running e2fsck is recommended.
Ext3-fs warning: maximal mount count reached, running e2fsck is recommended.
mounting unchecked fs
Unfortunately, Mikshaw, the same thing happens when I reboot - everything disappears including the whole /mydsl folder, even though it appear after I create it and give ownership to dsl as you describe (only until I reboot, and even if, after creating it, I try to save extensions to it, it gives an error.
'please mount media containing optional dir and try again'