Joined: Feb. 2007
||Posted: Mar. 24 2008,20:04
I have seen this behavior, and I believe this case is similar.
In my case I installed gnucash.tar.gz to a HD install, permanently, and deleted the extension. My bootlocal.sh was empty. And I also got that error on boot about /tmp/mydsl.installed.
I didn't look further, as I had more important matters in mind (ie getting Gnucash to work), and now I don't have that system anymore.
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