Joined: Dec. 2005
||Posted: Dec. 16 2005,00:33
On a frugal install (according to pdf, with opt and home =hda3) the Ted.lnk does not survive a reboot. I am assuming (only assuming, I am not quite sure how to debug), that this is due to the orphancheck() in /etc/init.d/dsl-functions.
I changed /opt/powerdown.sh to
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if [ -s /opt/.backup_device ]; then
ls -al /home/dsl/.xtdesktop/
filetool.sh backup noprompt;
and in the list the Ted.* files are already missing. (btw: I have the same problem with some of my own added icons which execute commands /opt/programname/bin/programm ).
/hda3 and /opt still appear to be mounted at that point, so there must definitely be something going in and deleting it. However calling
/etc/init.d/dsl-config directly doesn't delete anything (set-vx shows that Ted.lnk and myprog.lnk both pass the tests).
If I call the filetool.sh script directly, the backup has the mysterious *.lnk (and image) files. And if hard-reset the machine at that point, they do get restored during the next boot - but only once (i.e. they disappear when auto-backup kicks in on the next proper shutdown/reboot).
(and I've had the same problems on RC1 and even on 2.0, but at that point I though I was screwing something up. But now that Ted seems disappear as well, it might not be me after all...)