Re: prevent udev from remembering eth0 (wicd problem)
On Mon, Nov 02, 2009 at 07:05:22AM +0000, Rui Miguel Bernardo wrote:
> 2009/11/1 Rob Owens <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> > How can I make Debian *not* remember the interfaces in
> > 70-persistent-net.rules? 75-persistent-net-generator.rules seems like a
> > starting point, but I'm not brave enough to tinker w/ udev stuff yet...
> you can exclude some files from being saved to the snapshot. From "man
> This optional file, if present changes the behaviour of live-snapshot,
> only files and directories listed there are included (integrally) in
> the snapshot. It works only for cpio and whole partition targets.
> This optional file, if present will filter the files that will be saved
> by live-snapshot removing (as in "grep -F -v") all filenames that will
> be matched by strings listed in it. It works for cpio, whole partition
> and squashfs snapshot types only; it is pretty useful for filtering
> temporary files and disk caches.
I like this idea. I don't really understand how the whole live-snapshot
thing works though. Where can I get some documentation on it? (I've
already read the man page).
My system is set up with a live-rw partition for persistence.