[App_rpt-users] Limey Help...
jrh at g0fhm.co.uk
Sat Jul 13 12:39:43 EDT 2013
On 13/07/2013 17:36, Jim Duuuude wrote:
> Clearly, one of the fundamental differences of Limey Linux is that it
> is *ENTIRELY*
> RAM-based. So, there is no "permanent" filesystem.
> If you make a config change (something in the /etc directory tree),
> you have to then
> use the command 'svcfg', which writes a tarball onto the CF card, so
> that the next time
> it boots, it will re-read that stuff into RAM again.
> Forgive me, but I can't control myself, and am taking this AMAZING
> opportunity to say:
> "Gee, you're British.. Don't you know about this "Limey" stuff???"
> :-) :-) :-)
> Jim WB6NIL
I know the origins of the term Limey... but I've never played with our
Linux before :) I've always been faithful to the acid distro.... up
Thanks for the svcfg info - I'll give that a whirl!
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