Joined: Oct. 2003
||Posted: Feb. 25 2007,19:34
First you are talking about an extension, i.e., user contributed.
Second, an extension that is currently in the testing area.
Even more important to read the readme.
Compliant extenions usually offer at least a menu option unless they are intended to be used as command line utitlity, usually advanced tools for experienced users.
Now, after reading your post, it sounds to me like this extension is not compliant, as it would require unionfs, or mkwriteable.
uci extensions by definition are self contained.
uci extensions should work and be tested by booting as follows:
boot: dsl base norestore legacy
That is the acid test for an extension to be called uci
When I have time, I will look more into this particular submitted extension.