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The command "unionctl / --list" shows the configuration of the unionfs. Your changes should be visible after reboot on the writeable device.
I didn't appear when i saved the file. Also, After i saved it, I couldn't edit it no more.
This sounds like a bug in unionfs. Currently it is not possible to update to a newer version with less bugs. Maybe you can create a S91mount.sh with the same content.
You can copy the youtube script to a different location and start it from there.
Where is S91mount sh?
Also when i try to start from any other location any script it doesn't start. None of the scripts start manually. Pls help.
You need to copy the old S90 script to get the new S91 script.
You need to make the scripts executable as I posted before.
What is an S90 script?
Originally Posted by Mega Man
Yes i had already made the script executable but when i double click, Nothing shows up.
The script is here /etc/rc5.d/S90setcrtmode
It should be still there on the readonly path. I don't remember the path, it is shown when you enter unionfs / --list
You need to run the youtube script in xterm. You can change the path with "cd" and enter ./youtube
Have you tried running youtube videos with that file?
Also more about that error:
Last edited by luqman; 04-10-2012 at 04:09 PM.
You need to restore S90setcrtmode to the original content.
Download the file S21mount.txt with dillo on the PS2 Linux Live DVD. Store the file to /home/adent/S21mount. Start xterm and enter the commands:
chmod + x S21mount
cp S21mount /etc/rc2.d/
Then reboot to check if /mnt/sda1 is mounted.
Download the file youtube.txt with dillo on the PS2 Linux Live DVD. Store the file to /home/adent/youtube. Start xterm and enter the command:
chmod + x youtube
Then mark the following URL with the mouse and keep it marked:
Then enter the following command in xterm:
This will play the youtube video.
Thanks everythings fine. Oh, just one more thing, at start up, the usb is mounted as readonly. Pls help.