Joined: Oct. 2003
||Posted: Oct. 31 2007,23:11
|Quote (jpeters @ Oct. 31 2007,14:43)|
|After upgrading to 4.0, I got permission errors about writing to '.fluxbox/ mydsl.menu' and '/etc/sysconfig/mydsl-installed' when trying to mydsl-load an app (neither file had write privileges). (To solve, I put a chmod script for these files into bootlocal.sh). The mydsl menu is fine for the programs loading from the mydsl folder.|
Obvioulsy not what I experience. So need more information.
Upgarding from what to what (version and install type/edition) , ie. 3.4.5, frugal to 4.0 frugal, or persistent?, or traditional hard drive install?
What is the output of showbootcodes?
What is the output of ~/.desktop?
What is the output of /opt/.mydsl_dir?
What steps did you to do to upgrade?
How was mydsl-load used?
As root from /opt/bootlocal.sh?
From cli as user dsl?
From GUI download tool?
From a mydsl directory on boot device?
What is the permissions on the mydsl folder?
What filesystem type is supporting boot image?, mydsl folder?
What extensions first showed this behaviour?