RE: [nslu2-linux] /tmp is missing
- thanks for your answer. in fact, today i discovered
i didn't need to manually run the populate script on
i'm not sure whether it will stay like this or whether
random each time i boot.
not sure, but whoever knows about this should look
for the next release.
--- Steffen Lassahn <lassahn@...> wrote:
> --- landentj <landentj@...> schrieb:___________________________________________________________
> > ive just installed slug 2.7 beta on a memory stick
> (ie turnup
> > memstick
> > -i /dev/sda1 -t ext3). it boots and comes up ok,
> but some crucial
> > directories are missing including /tmp
> > looking around, it appears that turnup has created
> simlinks from /var
> > into /media/ram. but the directory structure in
> /media/ram is empty!
> > how is this normally built on boot. i checked in
> > /etc/default/volatiles but this seems to create
> the var structure not
> > the media/ram structure.
> I had/have the same problem. The directories should
> be created by
> /etc/init.d/populate-volatiles using
> /etc/default/volatiles as config.
> Since there are symlinks pointing to /media/ram this
> should work. But
> sometimes (not always) it does not. I am not sure
> yet why but perhaps
> the tmp file system is not mounted yet when the
> directories are to be
> created or something similar. I have no solution yet
> apart from running
> /etc/init.d/populate-volatile manually after reboot
> when it didn't
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