Ok. That could help. Is it in generally possible though to have a
script running _after_ all this setup is completed and everything
looks the same as if I had started a script from the shell into which
I am dropped after booting?
Am 18.01.2008 um 16:52 schrieb Jordi Pujol:
> El Friday 18 January 2008 14:23:04 Daniel Oberhoff va escriure:
>> and is executable. But it does not seem to get executed. Recently I
>> put this dummy script there, leaving a tag:
>> cat <<HACKS > /tag
>> 99script waz here!
>> but the tag isn't there after boot. Before I tried echoing a huge
>> and sleeping for 10 minutes afterwards and installing a german
>> but nothing ever seemed to go through.
> Hello guys and girls,
> the root directory for the started OS is not the same.
> When a live system is starting mounts the new filesystem in the /root
> the script should be:
> cat <<HACKS > /root/tag
> 99script waz here!
> when started we can find the file "tag" in the root directory,
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